BOSTON, Oct. 14 -- As revealed this morning at the 113th annual International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) convention, the T3 Series personal mobility unit is now available to law enforcement agencies throughout the United States. Like no other device on the market today, the T3 Series provides performance, safety and agility in the form of a three-wheeled, state-of-the-art upright vehicle. The first T3 Series units will be administered through select law enforcement agencies. The base vehicle can be purchased for $6,188 and the batteries and charger range from $1200-1800.
Designed with direct input from law enforcement officials, the T3 Series will provide the estimated $88 billion law enforcement market with a high-powered, environmentally-friendly tool to improve current methods of patrolling.
"The need for a personal mobility unit designed for more effective community policing came from years of research in the field," said Ki Nam, CEO, T3 Motion. "The T3 Series offers an immediate solution to the growing demand for environmentally-conscious forms of transportation, especially in law enforcement applications."
The audience of over 14,000 law enforcement officials and industry members were introduced to the vehicle through a series of demonstrations and test drive opportunities at the Boston Convention & Exposition Center. An additional number of law enforcement agencies and private security departments are being exposed to the vehicle through a series of field tests being conducted in various Southern California locations including the University of Southern California and the city of Avalon on Catalina Island.
"We expect the initial response to be overwhelmingly positive," said Neil Brooker, President, T3 Motion, of the first T3 units. "Throughout its design and engineering phase, we paid close attention to the needs and desires of our target market, so we hope the result is just as rewarding for the law enforcement agencies as it is for T3 Motion."