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World Moto is launching the world's first taximeter for motorcycles -- the Moto-Meter -- in Bangkok, a city teeming with 180,000 motorcycle taxis.
The Moto-Meter boldly takes the taximeter into the 21st century by making it portable and uniting it with the life-saving abilities of a Black Box; embedding the amazing versatility of a GPS; and showcasing an ultrabright advertising display to generate advertising revenue. This historic innovation will save lives, professionalize the industry, and eliminate the number one complaint of drivers and passengers: Negotiating the fare. In short, the Moto-Meter will increase safety, income, prestige and enjoyment for its owners, while offering first-class service to passengers.
This first-of-its-kind device is being field tested on motorcycle taxis in collaboration with the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (Governor's Office) before being commercially introduced. The trial begins in the heart of the city on March 7th, 2011, and is endorsed by the government and the motorcycle taxi association.
Each day, ten percent of the people on earth use a motorcycle taxi. With over 20 million operating in more than 100 countries, from Argentina to Zimbabwe, motorcycle taxis are a worldwide phenomenon.
Numerous articles on the Moto-Meter have been published in the press. Three articles are located here:
Fast Company (titled "Introducing the First Real Taxi Meter Innovation in 100 Years"; Feb. 8th, 2011):
The Bangkok Post (titled "Fare Business"; Nov. 15th, 2010): http://www.bangkokpost.com/business/e...
The Manager Daily, Thailand's most widely read business newspaper (Thai language):
World Moto is also a featured investment at Go4Funding: http://www.go4funding.com
The Moto-Meter was created by Paul Giles and Chris Ziomkowski, the founders of World Moto. The first prototype of the Moto-Meter was created in 2003; R&D for the production model started in 2008. Models: Led (above) or LCD display.
For any questions, feel welcome to contact us through our website (www.worldmoto.net and www.motometer.com), or email Paul Giles directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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