Inventions for batteries by Anthony Ratkov.
Walking batteries are batteries that are equipped with mechanical legs so they can walk and climb. This makes it possible for the batteries in an electric vehicle to recharge themselves, with solar panels. A walking battery for an electric vehicle would have solar panels, that are folded up when the battery is stored inside the vehicle. The mechanical legs of the battery would also be folded up when the battery is stored inside the vehicle. When the battery needs to be recharged, the vehicle must be parked. The hood of the vehicle is opened, and the mechanical legs on the battery unfold, and the battery climbs out of the vehicle, and it walks a short distance. After it has walked a short distance from the vehicle, it sets itself down on the ground and unfolds it's solar panels. The battery will then sit there, for several hours, while the battery's solar panels absorb energy from the sun. The electrical energy made by the solar panels is stored inside the battery. When the battery has gained a sufficient charge, the solar panels on the battery fold up and the battery walks back to the vehicle and it climbs inside the vehicle and installs itself in the vehicle. During this installation, it plugs itself into the vehicle's electrical system, so that the electricity stored in the battery can be used to propel the vehicle.
A walking battery can also climb up ladders and stairways, so that it can seek a better vantage point from which to collect solar energy. If there is no room on the ground for the battery to place itself, the battery will climb up the nearest stairway or ladder and it will place itself on the roof of a building, where it will unfold it's solar panels and charge itself with solar energy. After it is fully charged, it will fold up it's solar panels and will climb down off the roof, walk back to the vehicle and install itself in the vehicle.