Scofflaw: a person who flouts the law, especially by failing to comply with a law that is difficult to enforce effectively. Since it’s one of my favorite words, this was bound to be the title of my next post. In this case, I don’t plan on referring to the car, but rather the passenger in… Continue reading The Scofflaw
One of my least favorite aspects of driving is refueling. It may not be so bad in Jersey (where they do it for you) or on a beautiful spring day. Most of the time, there are better things to do; and sometimes, refueling is uncomfortable (blizzard), unhealthy (smog), or even dangerous (pick your scary locale.)… Continue reading Initial thoughts on refuelling
Justin Fritz has a really valuable article at the WS daily. The gist of the story is “How many times have you avoided an accident by a fraction of a second because of a gut reaction or just plain old defensive driving skills?… It’s not likely that a driverless car could make the same accident-avoiding… Continue reading Misunderstanding Humans
When the automobile was introduced, it ushered in a whole host of societal changes. These include some obvious ones, such as the obsolescence of buggy makers. Other ones are easy to see in retrospect, such as the movement of the middle class to suburbs. Much less obvious changes, but now well known, include changes to… Continue reading The Revolution That Was: The Introduction of the Automobile
This Blog will be focused on the uncrewed vehicle of tomorrow. Welcome to a discussion about safety, automation, and the financial implications of this revolution. All civilized comments are welcome.