Parallel Parking Solved - Omnidirectional Tires
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With William Liddiard's omnidirectional tires you can just drive sideways into your parking space.

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Inventor William Lilliard writes:  "It works! I had to improvise a lot, use the materials available to me, and work on it when I could find the time.  I decided to put them on my car.  Unlike other omni capable wheels, my wheels do not require the vehicle to be built around them.  This is a world first bolt-on application for anything with wheels.  Designed to be used in all weather and road conditions.  They are stronger, faster, and more accurately controlled than prior art.  They can take a beating. The tires can have the same build characteristics (siping, grooves, rubber compounds etc.) as regular tires.  Now you can drive in all directions, and turn on the spot, when needed.  These are proof of concept prototypes.  Finished wheels will be refined to target application requirements.  Setup on this car has an incredible 24,000 pounds of torque directly on the tires!  Speed can be adjusted for application requirements by changing up the gearing ratios and with a speed controller.  No one knows about this invention.  Please share/tell someone or forward this video to any company you think might want to license or partner with me to bring it to market.  Thank-you."
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