Peugeot Partner Tepee - Allied Vehicles - safety issues

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Peugeot Partner Tepee - Allied Vehicles - safety issues

Postby sunandwindy » Mon Oct 17, 2016 9:17 pm

Please move if in wrong folder, thanks

I have a 2011 Peugeot Partner Tepee which was converted for Glasgow council by Allied Vehicles also in Scotland.

I was wondering if anyone on here has any knowledge of this conversion to be able to advise on my issue with it?

I've had a Citroen Berlingo Electrique E500 That gets up and goes when you put your foot down, so does not hesitate when pulling out in to traffic. However the Peugeot is very steady at take off, so you do hesitate when trying to pull out. The other issue is that you have to constantly watch the current meter to avoid going over 200A. If you do it simply stops!!! Can be quite hairy with traffic behind you.

It would be good to stop it cutting out like it does, and perhaps be a bit quicker at start off's.

As a simple fix it would be good to have different coloured LED's in front of the steering wheel to light up with different currents, this would be far safer than having to watch the digital read out in the centre of the dash by the radio.

I look forward to and feedback, and thanks in advance.

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