No traffic jams, no collisions, no driver fatigue! Wait a minute: that was a prediction from 1956, where “electronic devices” embedded in the road would control traffic. And cars would be powered by electricity, look like Cadillacs or Imperials, and have bubble roofs.
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Paul Williams is an award-winning Ottawa-based automotive writer and a member of the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada. He began writing about cars professionally in 2000. He’s active in several enthusiast car clubs, and if it’s got a motor and wheels, Paul probably likes it.