This Guy Was Sick Of Getting Stuck In Traffic, So He Created An Insane Car To Take To The Skies

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You press the gas pedal. You roll forward a few inches. You brake. You stop. You wait. Time passes. You gaze through the windshield. Gridlock, with no end in sight… More time passes. You check the clock. A gap opens. You roll forward a few inches. Brake, stop and wait…

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Being stuck in traffic is something every driver experiences. The boredom. The tedium. The annoyance. Especially when you need to get somewhere. Time spent in traffic is dead time. Time you’ll never get back. Time that could be spent doing something fun. Or something productive. Or something relaxing. Time that would probably be better spent doing just about anything else.

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So how much time exactly do we spend in traffic? Well, a 2015 study from the Texas A&M Transportation Institute calculated that American commuters endure an average of 42 hours – the rough equivalent of one working week – stuck in gridlock every year. And in big conurbations such as Washington, D.C., Los Angeles and San Francisco, that number nearly doubles.

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