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Pedal Powered Car Case Laughed Out of Court

by Joshua Liberles on April 4, 2008

BuickRegal Pedal Powered Car Case Laughed Out of Court
A couple months ago we had news of a pedal-powered car being pulled over by the Toronto Police. Artist Michael de Broin had designed the car as part of an exhibit, and had stripped the car (a 1986 Buick Regal) of "superfluous devices" including the engine, suspension, transmission and electrical system. The headlights were even replaced with candles.

On Thursday, Trevor Baldwin, who was driving the car when he was stopped for "operating an unsafe vehicle" had his day in court, and the charges against him were dismissed.

From CBC News:

As the Crown prosecutor tried to make his case Thursday, the court erupted in laughter, and the charges were thrown out.

Baldwin’s legal representative, Terry Fox, said the arresting officer never should have pulled the car over.

"Where’s the evidence it was illegal? There was no objective standard here. Just his opinion is what it was, and that’s not good enough. It’s speculation he based it on," Fox said outside court.

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1 Mike Cunningham December 11, 2007 at 6:59 am

Back in the early 70s I enjoyed the tramways of Dusseldorf, travel anywhere for just DM 1!!
Smooth, fast, convenient, the list goes on!
OH! and non-polluting! ;D


2 J.C., Sr. December 12, 2007 at 1:04 am

I’m 78 and remember a few still around Hartford, Ct.
I will always remember my mother saying. “I wish they would bring back the old trolley cars. I hate the damned buses. They stink and they make me sick.” I’m not for going back that far, but I think trolley buses would be neat.


3 nicesocks December 24, 2007 at 12:26 am

if denver returned to it’s trolley car glory, i’d ride them all the time.

as of now i’m an avid bike rider (though my bike isn’t as fancy as most other people’s). i support my city’s light rail, however it really only links the south metro area with the metro area. it’s not worth taking to cross town.

but if we had trolley cars on our main streets, well how cool would that be? and it would irk those car lovers so! ^_^ one could dream.


4 Kevin Miller December 24, 2007 at 2:41 am

No, seriosly, [i]Who frame Rodger Rabbit[/i] is all about an evil genius (from ‘Cloverleaf’) who wants to get rid of the streetcars in LA.


5 The Geek December 26, 2007 at 3:12 am

I remember that [i]Taken for a Ride[/i] program. If I remember right the automobile giants were also pushing for the government to push millions of dollars in to a convoy system that would allow more cars to us the same roads by basically have a computer in the car that would ‘tailgate’ a control car. I can’t remember how many 100s of miles of light rail/subway they said that same amount of money could build but it was quite big.


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