Why should only Americans enjoy mobile homes? Envirosensitive moonbats can have them too — thanks to San Francisco artist Jay Nelson:
The initial pedal-powered design was abandoned due to the difficulty of getting up San Francisco’s hills. Nelson updated his invention with an electric motor that can propel the vehicle at speeds of up to 20 mph. With a range of 10 miles, the “Golden Gate” can go most anywhere in town.
From a marketing standpoint, one shortcoming is that only the most deranged moonbats would be caught dead in this preposterous contraption. But as CAFE standards push mandatory fuel efficiency farther and farther into the realm of the absurd, the Golden Gate may soon be the closest thing to a Winnebago the federal government allows.
On tips from Jedi Soljah, AC, and Bob Roberts. Hat tip: The Blaze.