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Viral Photo: Unique vehicle spots in Bangalore JP Nagar road

Bangalore: A city known for its innovation has come up with a new powered vehicle. Recently, a photo is getting viral on social media, in which a man in Bangalore has been seen reading a unique single-seated vehicle which has three wheels called a Velomobile. This unique vehicle has been spotted in the roads of […]

Edited By : News24 Desk | Updated: Jan 24, 2023 23:09 IST
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Bangalore: A city known for its innovation has come up with a new powered vehicle. Recently, a photo is getting viral on social media, in which a man in Bangalore has been seen reading a unique single-seated vehicle which has three wheels called a Velomobile. This unique vehicle has been spotted in the roads of JP Nagar. A Twitter user name RevanthD18 has shared the photos and videos, and in no time it went on social media. Many internet were curious about this Vehicle.

Right now, Bengaluru has been battling with many civic issues, the internet is worried about how the person is driving this vehicle through the potholes in the city. In the comment section, a user named Pranav wrote, “May the potholes be kind to this man.” Responding to the tweet, Revanth wrote, “I actually enquired how he judges the potholes, that was my first thought. He said he is used to it since he is driving for sometime now.”

 

Another tweet read, “Very interesting! Something to try about but really not for Indian streets, considering the potholes.” Another wrote, “Is it even legal to drive this in India?

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First published on: Jan 24, 2023 11:09 PM IST

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