We all know that hauling luggage from terminal to terminal can be a great pain, but now, there’s a solution for this. One Chicago businessman is looking to alleviate the stress and exhaustion from carrying heavy bags at the airport with his rideable carry-on bag concept dubbed The Modobag. You can sit on the Modobag and easily maneuver your way from the check-in desk to the gate using a throttle and a handbrake. Thanks to a built-in electric motor, the bag can also reach speeds up to 8 mph and travel up to eight miles, which mean three times faster than walking. Moreover, the bag runs on battery power that is set to the Federal Aviation Administration’s 100 watt hour limit so that you will be able to take the bag on planes.
“We’re not trying to make anyone lazy,” said Kevin O’Donnell, the founder of Modobag. “It’s about life efficiency.” The bag will be available to purchase for $1,000 USD each starting January 2017. Check out the video below to see how The Modobag works.