It ain’t easy being green
The ongoing fuel crisis has been chaotic, to say the least.
Well, not for those lucky enough to drive an electric vehicle.
But if you’ve managed to avoid a mile-long queue at your local petrol, you’ve done well.
It’s enough to make you consider going for a greener alternative…
And speaking of green cars – how about one that features a vegetable garden?
Well, that’s exactly what’s happening in Thailand.
Okay, that’s not quite the full story…
With the pandemic still affecting the country, a Bangkok taxi firm has decided to act by turning its idle fleet of cars into a giant vegetable garden.
I know what you’re thinking… why?
Well, because the taxi firm is so reliant on tourism, they’ve been pretty badly hit in the last 18 months.
So, the remaining employees are busy tending to the garden, which features peppers, aubergines, and courgettes.
Oh, and there’s frogs too – I can neither confirm nor deny if Kermit’s one of them, though.
The crops will help feed the company’s employees, with surplus vegetables being sold to local food markets to help keep the firm afloat.
Now, this is a pretty innovative approach to going green - but how else could you put an idle fleet to good use?
Evel Knievel daredevil stunt experience? A car-themed escape room? Crazy golf?
The opportunities are endless.