Bloke who built fastest shed unveils motorised wheelie bin – and its roadworthy
A designer who built the longest-ever mobility scooter and the fastest shed has now unveiled his latest creation – a motorised wheelie bin.
Multiple world-record holder Kevin Nicks, 58, has even made the rubbish container fully road-worthy.
He said: “It’s based on a mobility scooter but at the moment it’s the only wheelie bin in the world that’s taxed.
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“It’s got an electric motor because I’m very green – even though it’s blue.
“I can go on the road but I’m not sure what the police would make of it. Mostly I take it on a trailer. It’s just a bit of fun. It makes people smile.”
Kevin, of Great Rollright, Oxon, said it was the latest in his list of quirky builds that also includes the world’s fastest wheelbarrow, which travels up to a speed of 53.85mph.
The self-employed designer and builder explained: “I like doing things that are different.”
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