T3 Motion Launches Trade-in Program for Segway Owners

May 16, 2013

T3 Motion, Inc. launched a new Segway trade-in program for all current Segway owners who purchase any model T3 vehicle. The program will provide up to a $3,000 credit for the purchase of a T3 Patroller Series vehicle, or up to $2,000 credit for the purchase of a T3 Vision Series vehicle.

According to William Tsumpes, CEO of T3 Motion, the company had received many requests for a trade-in program.

The program is available to all current Segway owners who purchase a new T3 Motion vehicle between May 15 and August 15, subject to the T3 Motion Trade-In Program terms and conditions.

The Miami Police Department recently showed up its fleet of nine new T3 electric stand-up vehicles.

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