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Egoras Introduces Gas-powered Tricycle in Nigeria

Egoras Technology, a sustainable transportation solutions firm, has launched a gas-powered tricycle, Egoras Dual-Fuel Tricycle.

The Chief Executive Officer of Egoras Technology, Ugoji Harry, said in a statement that the tricycle was designed to address the challenges posed by the recent subsidy removal.

He noted that the tricycle offered a cost-effective solution for both urban and rural areas, while also contributing to a greener environment.

According to Harry, the dual-fuel tricycle runs seamlessly on both petrol and liquid purified gas, presenting a versatile and eco-friendly alternative for commuters.

He added that in addition to its dual-fuel capabilities, the Egoras Dual-Fuel Tricycle boasts a user-friendly design, facilitating easy maintenance for operators.

According to the CEO of Egoras Technology, the tricycle, which is currently used in some states in the North, South, and South stands out as a reliable and powerful vehicle, boasting impressive technical specifications.

“Constructed with high-quality materials such as aluminium, steel, and carbon fibre, the tricycle ensures durability and reliability in various terrains.

“With a robust 10 horsepower engine, it delivers a combination of strength and efficiency. The tricycle’s top speed of 60kmph further underscores its capability, offering users a swift and dependable mode of transportation,” he stated.

He noted that tricycles had undergone rigourous testing to ensure safety and compliance with industry standards, assuring riders and pedestrians of a secure and efficient mode of transportation.

Harry reiterated that the firm remained dedicated to driving positive change in Nigeria’s transportation landscape, and the launch of the dual-fuel tricycle marked a significant step towards achieving this goal.

“We encourage communities to embrace this sustainable and cost-effective solution, contributing to a brighter, more eco-friendly future.”

He added that the company offered fleet management to help owners manage their tricycles.

“To avail themselves of this service, customers simply need to sign an agreement with the company, ensuring a hassle-free and comprehensive support system for their tricycle ownership.

“We have drivers in our fleet, who can use the tricycle to operate, the agreed funds will be remitted to owners until a certain period before ownership is transferred,” he concluded.

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