The “MoVete” by Argentine designers Natalia Portugal and Sara Aletta de Sylvas is a personal mobility device for people of all ages that running for compact wheels provides stability to the rider. Especially designed for pedestrian zones in downtown Buenos Aires, where big motorize vehicles are prohibited to make streets safer for pedestrians, the new personal transport provides a safe alternative for the hundreds of office workers that move from one building to another every day in the crowded area. Running on batteries powered by solar panels located in charging stations installed at key points of the city, the MoVete allows easy controls, as the rider can steer the vehicle by simply moving the handle side to side. Since the accelerator and brake are attached to the handle, the user can control the vehicle with only one hand, while rear wheel steering allows faster turns with ease. Moreover, you can drop by and pick up the vehicle from any station.