Friday, March 25, 2011 06:19
Did you ever wish you could put someone in the fourth row of seats despite your car only having two?
Have you considered tipping a policeman for not giving you ticket?
What would happen if you went to England and drove on the wrong side of the road, and other motorists thought it was a good idea?
What if merging traffic adhered to the zipper rule?
Would bicyclists be more polite to drivers if they got pulled over more often?
How would you behave if automotive glass weren’t soundproof? How would others react if you didn’t know?
How much should flamboyant drivers be taxed for their bling?
When will the police start writing tickets for being a jerk?
Why doesn’t the roof of every car have a solar panel on it?
If wind resistance causes poor mileage, should taller vehicles require a carbon penalty?
If police issue tickets for bad driving that endangers the safety of others, when will they start writing tickets for traffic behavior that endangers the functionality of others, such as “Keep Right Except to Pass”?
When will telecommuting replace commuting to work—enough so that people begin to look forward to driving again?
If too much traffic before work makes it hard for folks to be in a good mood at work, when will those bad moods be bad enough to alter parts of people’s workdays?
Why do cars have horns if it’s illegal to honk at other motorists?
Why do some people spend more money on wheels than the whole car is worth?
If smog testing is meant to measure the emissions from a vehicle’s tailpipe, why does it matter what parts are used under the hood?
Feel free to comment and add more.