We are all individuals, with our own specific needs, wants, desires, and capabilities. And we all view everyday technological gadgets differently. One person's troublesome computerized hindrance might just be another's enabling and helpful tool. The same equivocality also applies to our cars. Some people use their car for daily commuting; some people let it sit in the driveway just to show off; some people are afraid to drive and use the car as little as possible; and some people use their car in a reckless manner, unaware it might be dangerous. Also, people drive in different contexts. Some people…
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