Smart thinking: Adventures in technophobia
Jessie Collins takes Honda’s latest electric city car, the Honda e for a spin.
I like cars. I really do. I like how they get me from A to B. How they symbolise freedom and self-determination. Cars are my favourite place to be in the rain, to listen to music, and to ponder world domination while checking out the weird stuff other people do in cars. As to their inner workings, I’ve always been more about the stereo than the hydraulics, though I’ve taught myself a bit of maintenance...
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