I used to enjoy driving far more than I should have, nowadays, I really don't enjoy it all that much. I actually dislike having to drive any longer than 45 minutes.Quote: billryan
I enjoy driving, especially since I don't have to deal with congestion. I've little interest in a self-driving car, unless it could drop me off at a front door and swing by to pick me up when I'm ready. I'm semi-interested in the Tesla pickup truck but it seems to be delayed once again so by the time it comes out, my interest may have moved in another direction.link to original post
From what I understand the Tesla self-driving isn't too good in the city, but it's fair on the highways.
Aside from the roadsters, I think they look rather boring.
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I can't wait for fully autonomous electric RV's, I'm all in if that happens.link to original post
Housing will become a thing of the past, as people transition to living full-time in self-driving RVs. Your RV can drop you off at the casino, come back when you signal it, circle the city while you sleep, and drop you back at the casino when you wake up.
Rinse and repeat.
You can hit a casino in Colorado, go to sleep and wake up at a casino in New Mexico.link to original post
Sounds like the best investment an AP can ever make!
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That is a good way to get yourself killed and hopefully states will soon take drivers licenses away for such behavior. Even on autopilot a pilot cannot just ignore the plane. A car has much more that a person needs to pay attention to. I honestly do not get these people that think self driving cars will let them totally check out from driving.
As most APs outside of vegas know, it usually involves quite a bit of driving.link to original post
Charging stations: The range of Teslas isn't much worse than what I get with my gas car (350 miles), but charging stations are not as common as gas stations. I'm in California and it doesn't seem to be an issue here but I wonder if I traveled outside if it would come up.
I'm pretty close to pulling the trigger on a Model 3 order but wondering if fellow APs have some experiences?
Note: Apologies if this doesn't fit the topic category, not sure which forum topic it should go into.
I don't believe I've ever heard their pickup described as boring.
It might give the Aztek a rub for ugliest car of our time. And looks like it was designed by yuppies who never used a truck for serious work for yuppies who will never use a truck for serious work.