How did the automobile become such a big part of our lives in a relatively short period of time?
How are the pandemic and societal tensions affecting the reality of today's road trip? And what will road trips look like in 50 years? Tariro Mzezewa, Alvin Hall, and Dan Albert help host Zach Mack unpack.
For decades, these cars ruled American roads. But changes in design and consumer taste doomed them. It’s just about over for the American sedan.
Guests: Dan Albert and Howard Decker, architect and board member of the Community Design Center of Rochester.
This Arizona town is overrun with self-driving cars — here’s what it’s like