Folds smaller than my* sack trolly, so it can fit in the back of my hatchback car.along with the tools and materials.
London is notorious for not letting you park anywhere near where your working, so tools often have to be carried .and i did not want to buy a folding sack trolly.
It sort of works,with more parts and bulk it could work better.
if anybody out there improves the concept then i commend you.
*mine does not fold
Step 1: Required Parts and Tools.
materials (at the time of making there was a specific need to not use any money) found in shed.
- micro scooter
- nuts and bolts .
- dexian angle steel with holes in.
- ratchet strap or similar.
- marking pen
- drill bit
- (a saw if your dexian is the wrong length)
- tools to tighten your selected nuts and bolts.
Step 2: Drill Some Holes
hold the metal centrally on the footplate. and mark a hole , drill one then put the bolt through. then drill the other hole. ,so that they align in the dexian..
try to allow space at the front for the scooter to still fold up. and the back part not locking the break.
Step 3: Load It Up,
then put a strap over it. and wobble your way to your place of work.
this is not my best work,everyone drops a clanger every now and then.