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  • sheda4

    This may be one of the coolest and most practical inventions I've ever seen. Simple, functional, small eco-footprint, inexpensive, community-oriented and breathtaking. Just LOVE IT!

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  • Covaap

    Looks amazing! it's also good to don´t have more stuff than the real necessary.

  • Liam Henry Bildsten

    I love this. I just fear that in the US specifically, municipalities wouldn't pass the necessary laws to make such a system friendly.

  • jesssijan13

    "We live in a world suffering from a bad case of mediocrity overload and I feel refreshed when I am exposed to those who find the status quo less than satisfying."

  • rjr245

    This is one of the most innovative things I have ever seen in terms of transportation and housing. RVs have existed for years but eat up so much gas and are extremely expensive and bulky. The folding material could be used for so many situations. It also looks like so much fun!!!

  • charlie

    This is really cool. In terms of tiny houses that can travel, as I do so admire, this is a great step forward. Ah, but this would be harder to get going in the US, I think. :?

    • Yasha Wallin

      I don't think this would be any harder to do in the U.S. than in China, you'd just need a good spot to park it. I'm just not sure about the laws of sleeping in your "vehicle" on a public street.