Westward Industries, one of North America’s largest manufacturers of parking-specific vehicles (PSV’s), recently released its new MAX 3 electric vehicle. The three-wheel vehicle is the latest innovation in Westward’s series of MAX vehicles designed to serve parking departments and the needs of parking enforcement officers.
Derived from Westward’s new four-wheel MAX-EV, the MAX 3 series is similar in design but overall, more tailored with parking enforcement in mind. The twin passenger vehicle is designed with two wheels up front for higher speed stability yet maintains a narrow width and footprint which is key for a highly efficient PSV. The MAX 3 series includes three options for Lithium Ion battery power: the MAX 3-8, with a range of up to 40 miles on one charge; the MAX 3-15, with a range of up to 75 miles on one charge; and the MAX 3-20 with a range of up to 100 miles on one charge. The vehicles can also reach a speed of up to 45 miles per hour. According to Westward’s Vice President Chris Franz “The MAX-3 is a game changer for customers that need two passengers aboard and may need to travel at higher speeds. A simple deck on the back allows for easy storage of a few wheel boots. The GO-4 continues to serve Westward’s customer base seeking the nimblest parking-specific vehicle on the market”.
Similar to all of Westward’s parking-specific vehicles, the new MAX 3 can be delivered custom-fit and ready to go with license plate recognition software. It can also be outfitted to each organization’s needs including optional doors, heat, air conditioning, custom lighting, and more.
Westward Industries offers a wide range of parking-specific vehicles across both its GO-4 and MAX EV lines.