This eco-friendly scooter was designed by Arjun Argarwal and is made up of repurposed materials.
The scooter was a DIY project for the designer and the end result is a useful, sturdy and environmentally friendly scooter that could be used for commuting or for entertainment purposes. The scooter is made from newspapers, PVS pipes, fittings and metal -- easily available items that are often discarded and forgotten by most people. The wheels of the design were created using a paper folding technique called 'Tutki' and make this scooter sturdy and useful.
This eco-friendly scooter design could prove useful for people in rural areas, poor people or people who like to design and create their own projects, making it both an affordable and creative project.
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This Eco-Friendly Scooter is Made Up of Commonly Discarded Materials
- By: Mishal OmarJun 1, 2016