Mpsp Car Free Morning Launching Ceremony At Bandar Sunway Seberang Jaya
Abstract: As Malaysia promoted the “Car Free Morning”, Airwheel gained attention by Malaysian media and the public with its green, fun and convenience features. Airwheel recently appeared in Mpsp Car Free Morning launching ceremony at Bandar Sunway Seberang Jaya.
Airwheel self-balancing electric unicycles define the future commute concept. The sleek and smart exterior design catches everyone’s eyes at first glance. The environmental-friendly feature also conforms to the effort of government to combat environmental pollutions and promote green lifestyles. That’s why Airwheel products win favor by Malaysian citizens when the country endeavors to promote the “Car Free Morning”. The event starts at the first and third Sunday of each month with cycling, jogging, walking or even skating on major streets. It’s initiated by Kuala Lumpur mayor and introduced in January to promote a greener city and reduce global warming.
Now, Car Free Morning has come to MPSP. On May 4th, Mpsp Car Free Morning Launching Ceremony was held at Bandar Sunway Seberang Jaya. Mayor YBhg. Dato’ Maimunah Mohd Sharif attended the ceremony. During the activity, she even tried the Airwheel S3 in person and posed gestures with Airwheel staff. Though traditional bicycles can be a zero-emission transporter, Airwheel obviously better caters the expectations of many commuters, as it is fun and fashionable in addition to efficient and eco-friendly. While urban commuters are spending hours getting stuck in the traffic, Airwheelers are getting around town freely. It can go as fast as bicycles do and save your energy at the same time. Moreover, it’s actually quite safe as Airwheel has a protection system. When Airwheel electric scooter tilts at over 45 degree sideways, e.g. when it turns over, the control system will activate tilting protection. The motor will stall immediately to prevent injuries. Airwheel also sets a maximum speed. Take the S3 model for example, when speed exceeds 12km/h, the front end of the foot platform will rise gradually and when the speed exceeds 16km/h, the foot platform will stop you from inclining further to accelerate.