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DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A TWO-WHEEL MOTORIZED SCOOTER

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In recent years, there have been increasing government and public interest in energy issues generally and particularly in electro-mobility. This is so because of the increasing effect of fossil fuels burnt by the automobile on the natural environment as well as on human health. A research carried out by (Ojolo S.J. et al, 2017) on the effect of vehicles emissions on human health in Nigeria showed significant physical effect of these emissions on vegetation’s, buildings and on structures. The results from the research on health also showed on the average that 28.3%, 16.6%, 23.3%, 18.3%, 13.3% of the population of people living in the neighborhood (Lagos-Oshodi, Mushin, Apapa and Fola Agara all in Nigeria) under study was affected by sleeplessness, running nose, heavy eyes, asthmatic attack and headache respectively. To contend this menace, a lot of electro-mobile devices as well as solar powered automobiles have evolved. In the year 2015, the global threshold of electric cars on the road rose from 1 million to 1.26 million (Electric Vehicle Initiative, 2017) this shows the joint commitment of the government and industries towards securing affordable and clean energy for the human society. A recent statement by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport revealed that in Nigeria over 7 million vehicles ply the roads daily out of which 99.8% operate on fossil fuels (www.allafrica.com/stories).


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