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To responsible drivers are we ready to become a nation of passengersIn Are We There Yet Dan Albert combines historical scholarship and personal narrative to explore how car culture has suffused America’s DNA It was the plain old fashioned human driven car that built the American economy won our wars and shaped our democratic. I found myself laughing aloud often than I thought I would for a book about cars The histories of the automotive industry drivers laws and the concerns of the day were fun Albert speeds us along that interstate with ease The future of cars is wrapped up nicely in the Kids Today chapter with the dwindling pure experience of driving and the looming most luxurious car the car they ll neither own nor drive
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Creed as it moved us about Drivers’ ed made teenagers into citizens; auto repair made boys into menAre We There Yet takes us from muddy tracks to superhighways from horseless buggies to driverless electric vehicles Like any good road trip it’s an adventure so fun you don’t even notice how much you’ve learned along the w. One of the best books on the automobile ever Going back to the horse and buggy to modern day this book tells everything you want to know A lot of info about our electric cars and driverless cars and future cars you have to read Memo You can t have a driverless car without people True
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Now that self driving cars have finally arrived n1’s car critic asks what’s to become of usIn recent years tech companies have been teaching robots to drive Those who would sell us self driving cars promise that they will reduce pollution eliminate traffic and prevent countless injuries and deaths But even if robots turn in. Made it to page 84 and ran out of gasFor me this book had a lot going for it fun title automotive history as the subject the author was educated in the Michigan home of the US auto industry There were good stories and info however the author is also a contributing auto columnist to a New York literary blog Ahh and to please those literary folks in New York you are not allowed to like anything too much the tone is something like this You love Chevys I do too but did you know their upholstery is made from stolen baby blankets The book feels like a collection of his blogs The problem with that is the witty disdain is probably endurable in a column however it gets old uickly in the longer book form Once started I will usually finish a book out of stubbornness but in my accumulated wisdom I thought hey a lot fun stuff to read out there I hope you have better luck with it should you give it a try