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Chinese Farmer Turns Suitcases Into Battery-Powered Scooter

by Storyful 1:18 mins

Chinese Farmer Turns Suitcases Into Battery-Powered Scooter

by Storyful 1:18 mins

He Liangcai, a farmer in China’s Hunan Province, invented a motorised suitcase after ten years of work. His suitcase scooter can go 12 mph and travel up to 37 miles on a full charge with two passengers on board. It’s also equipped with a burglar alarm and GPS. This special suitcase, dubbed “the City Cab,” has been patented as a multi-functional travel device and can soon take both you and your belongings to the airport at the same time! Credit: Ni Huanxin

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