Join us to participate in the upcoming 2019 City:One Challenge.
Robert P Tweed
Are you a resident of one of our challenge cities?:
None of the above
What is your most common mode of transportation?:
Do you work for Ford or any of our challenge partners?:
If no, what organization do you work for?:
none. Aspiring to make (3P Designs & Solutions)
What are you hoping to get out of the challenge?:
A chance to build individuals up by encouraging them with tools that make a difference today. And are affordable and available daily! As a man needing SSI, I understand REAL needs.
Mr. Petrous, is there any properly designed vehicle or machine other than what i am suggesting in my contrabutions. Or just the standard taxi/uber that for someone like myself. Does nothing to actively encourage exercise. My design that i want to suggest takes that into light and makes the car a 1-2 inline seater. Reducing build costs and allowing Ford or other dealers to not inadvertently produce a machine that breaks there state speed limit. And instead supports a quick but fun save way to get around. Also reducing Accidents and deaths by non-crashable technology being made standard to save lives in the vehicles, and around them.
The design would be both, a way to help people like myself who have a genetic flaw that effects my Neorological functions. And the other side of it is the reality that all cars have a state speed limit. The only people allowed to speed are Police/EMS and national guard. If i or any other person speeds we are doing so and breaking state laws. Why make vehicles that can do so? Isn't that counter productive? Why not redesign cars further?
Mr.Oshriyeh in this program will it have any impact on people's needs? Such as those that require exercise e equipment, to be able to get around. Im. Not understanding how buying into a share the a computer software calculates without me knowing what that company is in support of morally. I think very deeply and hope that you can tell us further details.