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102 Vehicles: Commercial Vehicles

Beirish Delivery Van (TL12)

Summary: 2.00 displacement ton box; 13.6 tonnes; kCr 18.9 Chassis: 28.0 kL box (4.7 m long x 2.4 m wide x 2.4 m high); Structure: 178 kg of structurecomp, rated for 1.0Gs, body 0.04 cm thick, 1 armour rating Performance: 2x 200 kW TL12 CI Fusion Plus generators; Fuel: 12.0 L of enriched water (12.0 kg), 100 hours supply Propulsion System: 400 kW contragrav with 6 minutes emergency power; Maximum Speed: 52 km/h loaded, 521 km/h unloaded; Range: 5277 km loaded, 51907 km unloaded; Agility: +2DM (1.0G); Crew & Passengers: Crew roster: pilot; 1 crew station; 1 cramped passenger seat Communications: Regional Radio (10 W, TL12, SmVcl); Range: 30 km Sensors: No sensors installed. Other: Safety Features: anti-theft system, Roadgrid 24.5 kL of cargo space (12.3 tonnes)

Cheap and reliable, Beirish vans are a common sight on Sylea and neighbouring worlds. Little more than a simple structurecomp box with contragrav lifters and a Cleon Industries Fusion Plus unit, they are the cheapest means of shuttling goods within a city. Lack of sensors limit the basic model to use within urban Roadgrid control areas; a radar (permitting off-grid use) adds 3kCr to the price.

Alcos Delivery Van (TL15)

Summary: 2.00 displacement ton box; 13.5 tonnes; kCr 18.6 Chassis: 28.0 kL box (4.7 m long x 2.4 m wide x 2.4 m high); Structure: 178 kg of structurecomp, rated for 1.0Gs, body 0.04 cm thick, 1 armour rating Performance: 400 kW TL15 fusion plus generator; Fuel: 6.12 L of enriched water (6.12 kg), 100 hours supply Propulsion System: 400 kW contragrav with 6 minutes emergency power; Maximum Speed: 53 km/h loaded, 575 km/h unloaded; Range: 5319 km loaded, 57323 km unloaded; Agility: +2DM (1.0G); Crew & Passengers: Crew roster: pilot; 1 crew station; 1 cramped passenger seat Communications: Regional Radio (10 W, TL15, SmVcl); Range: 30 km Sensors: No sensors installed. Other: Safety Features: anti-theft system, Roadgrid 24.6 kL of cargo space (12.3 tonnes)

Cheap and reliable, Alcos vans are a common sight on many high-tech worlds. Little more than a simple structurecomp box with contragrav lifters and a Fusion Plus power plant, they are the cheapest means of shuttling goods within a city. Lack of sensors limit the basic model to use within urban Roadgrid control areas; a radar (permitting off-grid use) adds 3kCr to the price.

© Robert Prior, 1998.

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