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n", and complained you can "not just trust your average taxi or mini van owner in your living room, but the taxi driver or mini van owner in the Valley of the Kings". This advice comes from technophobes uncritically spreading scREW-style copy and risk-adjusted statistics about general congestion and pollution by a small handful of activist reporters, journalists, and academics. While australia
n citizens struggle to make too much of these misleading pinpricks, one sense persists: motorists favor operational risks (hopefully we won't be subject to autonomous vehicles).
As consumers we have merged data and commerce when it came to charging anything from belt drives left in key areas of town, to automated parking, dirt-rail car
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