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Anyone struggling to get around during the recent bad weather would be wise to take a look at the DTV Shredder.

The Shredder is a cross between skateboarding/snowboarding and Motocross. The Shredder is powered by an 18hp racing engine and two tank-threads capable of handling any terrain at high speed: Snow, sand, trails, the side of a mountain (it can climb 40 degree slopes). The DTV Shredder is like a miniature tank, but you ride it like a skateboard.

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Created by Canadian technology firm BOG Werks, the DTV Shredder was presented as a ‘first response modular platform' for soldiers at a Military Vehicles conference recently.

According to the manufacturer the DTV is customisable and its configuration can be adapted depending on how it being used. There is also an option for equipping it with machine-guns and other weapons to turn it into a formidable attack vehicle. It can even operated remotely, allowing it to be sent on reconnaissance missions where it would be too dangerous to send soldiers.

It is powered by a Honda 200cc engine which generates 15 horsepower and is capable of travelling at more than 30mph. It can travel up slopes of 40 degrees and has a turning radius of four feet.

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