Safely taking the Baby on a Scooter in China
Published on January 28, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter
Most Chinese families have only one child, and many Chinese families only have a scooter for transportation. A standard scooter however isn’t designed for safely transporting small children or babies. One father from the great city of Qinzhou in Guangxi Province decided to do make his families’ electric scooter much safer.
He took the standard seat off and constructed a new dual-seat system. The parent can sit comfortably on a bicycle saddle fitted on a wooden plank. The baby can sit safely on an orange child bicycle seat fits neatly in front of the wooden plank. Great work. The only thing that seems a little dangerous is the position of the accelerator, when the child grows bigger just a bit he can hit it.