Painting Africa green, T3 Motion ships 16 of 126 T3 electric vehicles to Nigeria

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Painting Africa green, T3 Motion ships 16 of 126 T3 electric vehicles to Nigeria

Greentech Lead America: T3 Motion, a provider of
clean/green technology, has shipped 16 of 126 T3 electric vehicles to Nigeria,
Africa.

T3 Motion said that the first container of T3 Electric
Stand-up Vehicles (ESV) has passed customs requirements and shipped this week.

Last month T3 Motion announced the appointment and order
from Nigerian distributor to oversee the expanse of T3 ESVs in many countries
throughout Africa. This shipment of 16-vehicles is the first of the 126-unit
order to be sent to Nigeria.

“This shipment is a milestone that will open the
door for future opportunities as we fuel our expanse throughout the African
continent. Building on this initial success, we will leverage our global
branding strategy and increase recognition of our law enforcement products on
an international scale,” said Ki Nam, T3 Motion CEO.

The T3 ESV is an electric law enforcement patrol vehicle
known for its command presence, quick response time and iconic look that is
designed to decrease operating costs, reduce crime and increase patrol
capabilities. More than 3,000 T3 Series vehicles have been deployed in over 30
countries worldwide.

T3 Motion designs, markets and manufactures the T3
Series, an electric stand up vehicle. Headquartered in Orange County,
California, T3 Motion, Inc. is dedicated to raising the bar on environmental
standards and law enforcement and security capabilities in personal mobility
technology.

Singapore Police awards contract for 12 T3 Motion electric
vehicles

Recently, T3 Motion has been awarded a contract from
Singapore Police Department for twelve T3 Electric Stand-up Vehicles. The
vehicles will be used by the Singapore Police Department for Changi Airport
patrol initiatives.

The T3 ESV is an electric law enforcement patrol vehicle
known for its command presence, quick response time and iconic look that is
designed to decrease operating costs, reduce crime and increase patrol
capabilities. More than 3,000 T3 Series vehicles have been deployed in over 30
countries worldwide.

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