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  1. Join Date
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    Sounds like a fun toy to have. Are those things even available here in PH? Are they even legal to drive on public roads?

    I could definitely see value in taking this small electric car on short errands around town. Then using your bigger internal-combustion car for heavy lifting or long distances...

    Any leads?


    PS i think i've read about some local business tycoon being unable to drive his Tesla car coz he couldn't register it or something like that

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    If MVP himself can't drive his P4.2M Tesla, it's sure as hell nobody else can.. :D

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    so i dug this up somewhere. apparently "light electric vehicles" can be registered (orange plate)

    but have to be 2 or 3-wheeled!!! come on

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vodka View Post



    so i dug this up somewhere. apparently "light electric vehicles" can be registered (orange plate)

    but have to be 2 or 3-wheeled!!! come on
    the la salle electric shuttle that goes around la salle and st benilde, has four wheels and sports orange plates.
    and i did not notice the folks in it, wearing helmets...

    the memo is 2006 pa. baka nga napalitan na...

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