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EX Vehicle is powered by two screwdrivers

When we think of bicycles and screwdrivers, we don’t naturally think of putting the two together. Let alone having the screwdrivers be the source of power. Thankfully there are some extremely creative people out there with dreams to build little cars out of bicycles and tools, and the time to put into making it a reality.

Designed by Nick Ferbis, this “EX Vehicle” is a three-wheeled machine that can travel at speeds of up to 18 mph. Though it may look a little uncomfortable, this is still a pretty neat construction that can get you from point A to point B. Using 2 twin 18-volt electronic screwdrivers as batteries and modified bike parts, you too can go at breakneck speeds of under 20 miles per hour. There’s likely going to be some debate on where it should be used, and how safe it as you’re pointed out head first, but as a contraption run by screwdrivers, you can’t be all that picky.

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  • Looks like a portable human speed hump to me

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