You already do that with a driver’s license. Eventually, you won’t need that.
I-95 in NJ and other states. 100% private, leased to the state(s). Also full of corruption.
Doesn’t require annual “testing”, it is still required to “comply”. Belch out black smoke and you may be fined or referred to a testing facility.
No. They have 84 differing genes. That means different DNA. You have different DNA than your parents. Everyone has different DNA than everyone else—except identical twins, but even they have differing epigenetics. Read more
I dunno, the people who engage it tend to setup their car at a proper distance, in the slower lanes because they don’t want to have to disengage and re-engage it constantly.
Mmm, I’d say it’s slightly stupider. Only because a lot more people get away with leaving their cars running (with the keys in it) than do people who steal cars (running or not). That and there’s no victim when you leave your car running.
I’m just intolerant of logical inconsistency.
I was just pointing out that people are quick to give credit to “God” when something good happens—ignoring the effort of humans (doctors, safety stewards, engineers, etc.), and at the same time not blame God when things go south. Read more
So then we can also thank God for letting that tire explode in the first place, right?
The linked article says 0.03MPG from 30MPG, so .1%. Oh noesss my MPG...
Jokes aside, once you are stopped the HMSL stops flashing. Thank god.
Every I see a car with one of these (usually a Hyundai with the stupid sticker saying “this light blinks” still attached), it’s some incessant braker, who taps their brakes all the god damned time for no real reason. Read more
Eh, Magnesium? Any of them burninate or is it thick enough like alloy wheels?
You grossly underestimate the capabilities of SDC software. For every single one of your odd “Trolley Problem” impossible scenarios I can name 100 every-day scenarios where people die because of human error that a SDC would be have no problem handling.