45 MPH Street Legal Wheelchair With A/C pass seat/ trunk No drivers license Canta LX





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Published on Jan 1, 2012

Canta LX Mini car made by Waaijenberg in The Netherlands or Holland. 1 Pwner Car Guy AKA Nathan Wratislaw and WOW are thes small! Pretty cool If a Guy lived here this would definatly be the way to get around no 2 ways about it! You could save a MINT on parking alone there is no MOT and No License required... well you need a go cart type stamp type deal You can easily and legally Park these on the sidewak and they make great dependible wheels for someone who is handicap. I have seen these Everywhere when I come here this time i figured I should do a Review and show them to everyone. They are also the smalles car made..;-) Mini Smart car with a 160cc or 200cc Honda Engine or motor Avail with Hydrolic rear for disabled people.
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Make sure and check out my other videos I always have lots of Neat Unique and Interesting Classic EURO and Muscle cars and i sell them Cheap. Http://www.1ownercarguy.com and you will see about 30% of the 160 to 180 in stock Thanks for watching make sure and Subscribe to my channel Cheers Nathan Wratislaw.

Claims i saw at Amsterdamlogue.com

No driver's license required!
You can legally drive them in bike paths and (the company says) through shopping centers
They all feature a Honda engine of either 160 cc or 200 cc
There are 4 different models, and almost all are manufactured to custom specifications according to the owners' desires
The most expensive of the 4 models, the Inrij-Canta, is specifically built to be driven by someone still in their wheelchair. The chair wheels into the rear door and then right behind the steering wheel.
The Dutch version can reach speeds up to 50 kmh (30 mph), while a German electric model only goes half that speed, and a UK version goes up to 70 kmh, which evidently are the respective maximums for novelty vehicles or vehicles for invalids.


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