In the UK, it's legal on the foot paths
and in the stores...
According to the manufacturer, ETA (Environmental Transport Association) was developed to, "...highlight the estimated 220,000 people who use a mobility scooter without breakdown cover and face the prospect of a very long wait should they suffer a mechanical fault or their battery runs flat..."
The QT Van got it's name because it encompasses three very British pastimes: queuing, tea and caravans.
Currently, it's being marketed as the perfect way of for elderly spectators to stake-out the best spot on the Royal Wedding procession route, without spending the night sleeping on the pavement.
Standard features include a 19" TV and a kettle. Optional features include solar roof panels, satellite dish, gaming console, central heating, external luggage rack, bespoke paint (whatever that is)
Watch the video, to take a tour of the vehicle. Don't worry, it won't take long!