If Santa is taking requests, I want more snow next winter, and one of these cool battery powered tracks. An inventor out of Quebec has developed a rad new way of getting around in the winter months, among other handy uses.

According to auto week's Davey Johnson

It's a simple thing, really. Some batteries and an electric powerplant with a tank track wrapped around it. Oh, and there's a handle. But describing the Yvon Martel's creation in such a manner is like saying a hammer is merely a hunk of metal affixed to a stick. A hammer, after all, can build you shelter. It can serve duty as a doorstop. It can offer a means of escape when trapped in a sinking car. And, of course, it's fully capable of hammering all over this land.