I love cars, but if you think public transit limits your options, wait till our coastal cities are under water, we’re plagued with droughts alternating with blizzards, and our sea life has been depleted. Walking a few extra blocks won’t seem like such a burden.
If the pictures don’t convey anything, the reverse is true. 10 seconds of a Camry rolling along the road accompanied by a sentence I could have read in 2 seconds is a waste of time. If the video uses images for a purpose - a cutaway of how the drive train works, e.g. - then that would be different. But a sped up view… Read more
They’ll deliver the others as soon as they find four more customers.
Sounds erotic. Ddid you mean “have it in for Tesla?”
If a car injected fragrance into the cabin automatically I would pull over and set fire to it.
Yes. I have a Trabant Matchbox-type toy on my desk at work. It’s made of metal, and is therefore better built than the full-size car it represents.
This. GPS, maps, payment by phone, all of that existed. Uber’s “tech” innovation was, “Hey, let’s be taxi dispatchers for amateur drivers.” That’s a far cry from self-driving car tech.
I hope your conclusion was, “She didn’t turn. The guy who set up the ramps was an idiot.”
I’m allergic, so all bees are little flying syringes of cyanide to me. But killer bees are especially scary.
Thank you for writing “coincidentally bound for repairs” and not “ironically bound for repairs.”
“Hawking” is selling. “Hocking” is pawning.
I was with a friend on a road meet in my 91 Miata in Washington State. We passed through a small rural enclave and an old bearded coot said, “What are you guys doing in that gay car?”
Miata will still be the answer to all questions.