Passengers are protected in Chat
On the days when we were allowed to use the chat it was unfortunately not too nice weather, fortunately the passengers are partly dry thanks to the cover. Unfortunately this was not the case with the driver. It would be nice if it could be dry while cycling.
Getting used to size of transport bike Chat
Since the chat is wider than a normal two-wheeler, some volunteers had to get used to the width of the bike at the beginning. It is also difficult for the rider to see the footplate of the bike, but fortunately the passengers are alert enough to warn the rider if the rider gets too close to a curb or pole.
Some volunteers have said that it is difficult to turn the chat, which of course takes getting used to, as it is a different type of bike that is normally used for cycling. The Van Raam staff had indicated that you can also reverse with the chat if you have the pedal support turned on, which makes turning easier!