Freedomland

Patrick McLane of New London opens the door to "Freedomland," his electric trike purchased online about two weeks ago, Saturday, June 17, 2017, along Huntington Street in New London. The electric vehicle can be charged by plugging it in or through the 200-watt solar panel located on the roof of the vehicle. McLane is a pop artist, specializing in murals, and is able to fit all of his gear inside. McLane said the vehicle is equipped with leather seats and a rear backup camera, and it is rated to travel at a top speed of 30 mph, but he feels it is actually a bit lower. (Tim Martin/The Day)

New London — Patrick McLane of New London purchased "Freedomland," an electric trike, online about two weeks ago. The electric vehicle can be charged by plugging it in or through the 200-watt solar panel located on its roof.

McLane is a pop artist who specializes in murals, and said he is able to fit all of his gear inside. McLane said the vehicle is equipped with leather seats and a rear backup camera, and it is rated to travel at a top speed of 30 mph.

Patrick McLane of New London opens the door to
Patrick McLane of New London opens the door to "Freedomland," his electric trike purchased online about two weeks ago, Saturday, June 17, 2017, along Huntington Street in New London. The electric vehicle can be charged by plugging it in or through the 200-watt solar panel located on the roof. McLane is a pop artist, specializing in murals, and is able to fit all of his gear inside. McLane said the vehicle is equipped with leather seats and a rear backup camera, and it is rated to travel at a top speed of 30-mph, but he feels it is actually a bit lower. (Tim Martin/The Day)
Patrick McLane of New London drives
Patrick McLane of New London drives "Freedomland," his electric trike purchased online about two weeks ago, Saturday, June 17, 2017, along Huntington Street in New London. The electric vehicle can be charged by plugging it in or through the 200-watt solar panel located on its roof. McLane is a pop artist, specializing in murals, and is able to fit all of his gear inside. McLane said the vehicle is equipped with leather seats and a rear backup camera, and is rated to travel at a top speed of 30-mph, but he feels it is actually a bit lower. (Tim Martin/The Day)

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