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Tango Literature

Tango Brochure

Tango Survey, L.A. Car Show

 

Lane Splitting

CHP: Is Lane Splitting Legal?

LA Times Article: 2014-07-30 - DMV and CHP on Lanespliting

Motorcycle Lane Use

Filtering Now Legal in NSW, Australia

 

Short Reports

Principal Means of Transportation to Work

Urban Mobility Report

Personal Vehicle & Public Transportation Market Share

Cost per Passenger Mile: Transit and Auto

 

Complete Studies

Impact of Tango on Congestion and Parking (PNNL, US DOE)

Lean Machines: Preliminary Investigations (UC Berkeley)

Road Infrastructure Requirements for Small Vehicles (UC Berkeley)

Benefit and Cost Impacts (Booz-Allen Hamilton)

Road Infrastructure Requirements (Booz-Allen Hamilton)

Tomorrow's Transportation (William Garrison, UC Berkeley)

2012 Urban Mobility Report (Texas A&M University)

Vision 2050: An Integrated National Transportation System (US DOT)

 

Batteries and Costs Per Mile

Headway Energy Cell Specifications (Used for 32 kWhr pack with 100- to 120-mile range)

Headway Power Cell Specifications Used for the 25.6 kWhr pack with 80- to 96-mile range

Headway Energy Cell high-current dischage data

Headway Power Cell high-current discharge data

MSDS (Material Safetey Data Sheet) for Headway Cells

Wide Energy Cells Specifications (Used for 60+ kWhr pack for 200- to 240-mile range

Energy Consumption (Internal Combustion powered cars vs Tango)

 

Patents

U.S. Patent 6,328,121

Australian Patent: 760,818

 

 

 

 

“The significant problems we face cannot be solved by the same level of thinking that created them.”

“The formulation of the problem is often more essential than its solution, which may be

merely a matter of mathematical or experimental skill.”

“If I had an hour to solve a problem I'd spend 55 minutes thinking about the problem and 5

minutes thinking about solutions.”

― Albert Einstein

 

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