A motorised beer cooler is a container that keeps beer cold and also has wheels and a motor. Cruzin Cooler is one of the most popular motorised beer cooler brands. Even though a motorised beer cooler already doubles as a method of transportation and a source of beer, you can put it to even more uses.
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Motorised beer coolers can attain speeds of up to 13 miles per hour, according to the Cruzin Cooler company. There are few better ways of putting your cooler-steering skills to the test than a beer cooler race. Get a few friends with motorised beer coolers together, find a secluded stretch of road or sidewalk where traffic won't interfere, and it's off to the races. You could also rent out a private track to race your coolers.
If you fish from shore, use your motorised beer cooler to take you around the lake or pond. When the fish move, you and your motorised vehicle will quickly be able to move with them. Keep the cooler well-stocked with beverages, whether beer or cans of soda, so that you won't get thirsty during a hot day of fishing. And since motorised coolers can hold up to 3.63 Kilogram of ice, you will be able to keep the day's catch cold until you get it home.
A motorised beer cooler doesn't have to be used just for beer. It can also store sandwiches and other snacks for when you get hungry after all that racing or fishing. Use beer coolers to ride out with that special someone to a secluded spot for a picnic. Coolers obviously leave a smaller ecological footprint than cars or minivans. The capacity of a Cruzin Cooler is 68380gr cans, which could translate into a lot of cold cuts, bread and condiments.
Don't Drink and Drive a Beer Cooler
While driving your beer cooler around town, you may be tempted to drink a few of the beverages you are sitting on. However, make sure you keep your level of consumption moderate. In 2008, a Whitehall, N.Y. man was arrested on Memorial Day for driving a cooler while under the influence. His swerving behaviour caused a police officer to pull him over, with 14 beers remaining in the cooler he was driving. The man got out of jail on bail, but his cooler remained impounded.
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