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A Super Mario go-kart gets filled up at a gas station in Tokyo on Monday.

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Is that street legal?

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Wasn't there a recent story about lawsuit against these guys by Nintendo?

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Guess they arent worried about the lawsuit much.

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Wasn't there a recent story about lawsuit against these guys by Nintendo?

I heard they won.

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any bananas?

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This Super Mario is somehow wearing a mask. Does he have a hay fever?

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I feel guilty buying 250yen gas for my 50cc bike. Imagine wasting the staffs time for 25yen?

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zichi: 100% street legal.

sensei258: Car doesn't look marked, seems to be private citizen wearing a costume. You can buy these carts online or at a few stores.

Goodlucktoyou: Holds 5 litres of gas, so it would cost as much as a 50cc bike. These are all 2 stroke (much like 50cc scooters) so you need to put oil in with the gas or in a separate tank.

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gogogo I don't see a seat belt?

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zichi: registered as a mini car, no seat belt or helmet required.

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gogogo

ok gotcha

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Enjoy, you'll be sharing road space with trams, buses, in fact every possible means of transport the emergency services can scrap you off. I'd snap that selfie quickly, while all four still attached.

Street Go-Kart Tour "Real Life SuperHero Go-Karting" in Tokyo.

http://maricar.com/

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they won the law suit, hence "good to go"

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Is it his 1st day on the job?

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