Would You Carpool in this? HumanCar

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Looks pretty fun
The rowing creates the electricity to power the motor, you can row a bit then switch off $15,000.

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Mister Meaner

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I guess it's safe to say that flying cars won't be a priority in the near future.

In any case, I'd make the switch if it became commonplace to help the environment. Save regular car travel for long distances such as city to city, etc.
 
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That looks like something ill to do once in a while. But would I replace that with a car with an actual engine? No
 

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imagine the money you'll save by not having to buy gas.
I swear, if i lived in a city, and my daily commute didnt involve the free-way, I'd seriously consider copping.
 
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So if you have to suddenly break, doesn't everyone in the back get thrown the !*%* off and probably hurt themselves?
 
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a while ago i saw somthing about a car that was powered by compressed air, and it had something that made compressed air, so it fueled itsself. Pretty crazy but i havent heard about it ever since.
 
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