A Mule is an outdoor vehicle that’s designed to move around in the snow and sleet, but its real purpose is to deliver food and supplies to the hungry in rural areas.
In the past, farmers have relied on small, slow-moving vehicles to transport their produce.
But a team of scientists at Oxford University have found a way to make the vehicles larger and more powerful and move a much larger number of people around.
In fact, the team has successfully developed a new type of snowmobiles that can move up to six people at a time.
“We’re developing a system that will be used by the whole world, from Australia to the United States,” says David Smith, who works with the Oxford snowmobiling team.
The new snowmochers will be able to deliver supplies to as many as 12,000 people a day.
They’ll also be able do it faster than a traditional snowmobile.
“What you want to do is not just use the vehicle, you need to create a model of it,” says Smith.
This allows the team to design a large, heavy, heavy snowmobile to be much more efficient than a smaller snowmobile or a small snowmobile, and to use the same engine.
This means they’ll be able move the same number of riders a vehicle with a similar weight, but with different performance characteristics, and a lot more room to move.
The team’s next step is to work with the local authorities in their communities to develop the vehicles and the system.
This will include designing snowmopeds, snowmobile models, and even snowmobile wheels.
“It will be really, really important that we get this right,” says Søren Aker, a snowmover at Oxford.
“The vehicle is a very important part of the community and of the local economy.
It can be very exciting and challenging for us, but it is essential.”