The East German Trabant https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/... came close to this...
"...with the roof, trunk lid, hood, fenders, and doors made of Duroplast. Duroplast was a hard plastic (similar to Bakelite) made of recycled materials: cotton waste from the Soviet Union and phenol resins from the East German dye industry. This made the Trabant the first car with a body made of recycled material..."
"Everything is new under Obama. Before Obama there was no terrorism, "
9/11 was in the making from Afganistan which was pre Obama
" no debt, "
http://www.factcheck.org/2012/... Long before Obama
"no healthcare premium increases, "
And no healthcare for the poor
"no illegal immigration, "
http://immigration.procon.org/... say no more
"no deadlock in government, "
And no ability to make any changes because of the self interested capitalist groups who are in power.
"no economic downturn, "
GFC started in 2008, Obama took office in 2009
"no corporate welfare, "
Should have let the banks all die
"no cronyism and more."
The US has always had that
Drive your car in to the charging station, battery is ejected from the side or dropped down from underneath and a fully charged battery installed, drive away.
Where are they planning to deliver to exactly?
They could be delivering to a closer distribution center or to the end customer?
If the delivery is to a distribution center then it is very inefficient given the small payload, if the delivery is tot he end customer then where would you leave the package? Drop it on the driveway where it would get run over by the owner? What about trees, power cables and other obstacles? Leave the package out in the rain? Would it land an leave the package on the ground or drop it an d potentially break the package.
Sounds like a good idea but I struggle to see how this would work
Have you ever watched any of the spin-off Top Gears, like Top Gear US or Top Gear Australia?
We don't need Top Gear Australia - We already have http://www.mightycarmods.com/
It is much harder to find a job than to keep one.