The company ev Transportation Services Inc. has developed an all-electric lightweight utility vehicle, designed to meet essential-services users’ requirements. The vehicle is called FireFly ESV.

According to the founder, chairman, and CEO of evTS, David Solomont, the FireFly ESV can be modified in accordance with the requirements of almost any task that is aimed to deliver.

What’s more, the FireFly ESV is built for parking control and curb management.

Being a dependable workhorse that will run all day, the FireFly ESV is aimed to help allow parking enforcement officers to complete their jobs effectively and efficiently. The greatest advantage of this utility vehicle significantly reduces operating costs and increases vehicle uptime, because it is virtually maintenance-free.

FireFly ESV encompasses a number of features that are crucial for the execution of parking enforcement requirements, like no other vehicle in the market. The Ideal Parking Specific Vehicle

Statistics show that the use of Parking Specific Vehicles (PSVs) is significantly more efficient than on-foot enforcement. Moreover, it has been proven that it is more effective than the use of standard vehicles. Solomont and his team designed the FireFly ESV with a number of features that facilitate, among parking enforcement systems, the parking enforcement responsibilities, and the ability to integrate tightly with advanced license plate recognition (ALPR).

Due to its tight turning radius and slim design, FireFly ESV can be maneuvered with ease around narrow streets and alleys, and also can be parked in tighter, smaller, and tighter urban environments.

FireFly ESV occupants can feel safer due to the integrated safety cage and safety belts that this utility vehicle provides.

Solomont points out that this vehicle can pull into fast-moving traffic with ease because of its extraordinary ability to reach speeds that are electronically governed, up to 50 mph in just seconds. FireFly ESV is highly visible to moving traffic,  because of its optional lighting packages and overall height.

Now, with FireFly ESV, PEOs can work from both sides on a one-way street. This is possible due to the rapid and easy ingress and egress which is allowed by the full height DuraGlide doors it has and the low step-in height.

David Solomont specifies that a modular bed design can be built to suit the needs that it is aimed for. For example, a lockable bed or a sectional bed that allows room for boots and parking cones can be added.

Rather than contributing to the problem of traffic congestion, FireFly’s friendly size and appearance allow PEOs to become a part of the solution to this problem.

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