'I want to use tuk-tuks to help the environment'
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Isle of Wight couple aim to reduce impact of tourism with a tuk-tuk

A young couple say they hope to improve the environment by replacing tourists' cars with tuk-tuks.

Scout and Kayleigh Gregory, from the Isle of Wight, were inspired when they saw fleets of the little, low-emission vehicles in the whitewashed towns of Apulia, Italy, during a family holiday.

They say they also hope to offer employment for other young people on the island, as 'there aren't many opportunities for young people'.

A film by Adam Paylor

  • 09 Jan 2020
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