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Team eWheels is at the Wave Trophy in Bremerhaven! Follow @eWheelsDE on twitter or just go to stehmobil.org!
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We are supporting the Wave Trophy 2016 starting at the 10th of June next week! Follow the eWheels team on Twitter and join them along the 10 days tour from Germany over France to Switzerland: https://twitter.com/eWheelsDE

#wavetrophy   #wave2016   #ewheels  
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Happy 65th Birthday Dean Kamen

Today is the 65th birthday of the inventor of the self-balancing personal transportation Dean Kamen. Kamen is best known for inventing the product that became known as the Segway PT, an electric, self-balancing human transporter with a computer-controlled gyroscopic stabilization and control system.

http://www.ewheels.org/news/641/happy-65th-birthday-dean-kamen
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The eWheels.org Association e.V. says thank you to all community contributors and drivers out there!

We wish you a pleasant driving into the new year!

Here is our review of the year 2015:
http://www.ewheels.org/news/626/review-year-s-events-2015
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Are there state of the art regulations in Germany for electric mobility around self-balancing vehicles? Unfortunately not, but the government is still far looking for an advanced electric mobility in the next years!

http://www.ewheels.org/news/611/state-art-regulations-germany-2015
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Implementing regulations for eWheels in Germany

The regulations in Germany currently don’t allow the usage of eWheels in the public area. The aim of the eWheel.org Association e.V. is to draft some regulations for the German government to include eWheels into legislation, so that they can be used legally in the future. In the past the eWheels.org community on Google+ has discussed how regulations can look like. Some of these can be adressed as wishes only. We can suggest how regulations can look like, but at the end, the government will decide. We would like to take the opportunity to show off what could be a solution. Also we like to explain some terms from current regulations as they can be misunderstood if not read in context.

http://www.ewheels.org/news/601/implementing-regulations-ewheels-germany
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