Car made from waste products dreams of working on land and sea
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Living in a city known for its traffic congestion, inventor Kehinde Durojaiye’s aero-amphibious jet car idea simply shows that there is a need for more eco-friendly solutions. Why not try to invent or dream of one? Based in Lagos, Nigeria, Durojaiye is dreaming of another transport option made from recycled materials. The version that Durojaiye built is the fourth iteration of his idea. Each vehicle is made from materials that he commonly finds in Lagos’ large trash dump, including Styrofoam, wood and plastic. The car now includes an office chair and keyboard. Durojaiye claims that the vehicle has traveled 84…
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