Why Can’t We Just Get in the Running Car?

We don’t know how to drive, if driving is going to be fun, or even how to figure out what’s fun. We don’t know how to use a steering wheel, how fast the car will go, or whether it will make us sick if we ride in it too long.

So instead of getting in the running car and trying things out, we sit here and do nothing. We stare at our phones and play games and scroll through social media feeds anything but try something new.

What’s stopping us?

We think it’s because we don’t have the right mindset. We’re not thinking about what we want in life, or how much fun it would be if we could just get in the car and drive wherever we want. We’re thinking about all of these obstacles that are keeping us from getting what we want and that makes it hard to get started.

If you want to get in the car and go, then you need to start thinking about how great it will be when you finally do. You need to imagine yourself driving down a country road with your favorite music playing on the radio, taking a road trip with your best friends or whatever else sounds good to you! Get excited about what could happen if you just took action.

How can we make it happen?

The first step is to get in the running car. This is a good place to start because you know where you’re going next, but it’s not the end of the journey. There are many ways to make this happen, but here are a few suggestions.

Start by asking yourself what your goals are. Or do you want to drive with your eyes closed? Maybe you’d like to drive without getting out of the car at all or maybe even while asleep. Consider how much time and energy you have available for driving.

Think about whether or not these things are likely to change soon and if so, how soon they might change.

What could be done to fix this?

We also need to focus on making sure that drivers understand what it means to be responsible for their actions while driving a vehicle. If someone gets hit by a car while walking down the street and then blames their injury on poor driver behavior because there was no crosswalk provided for pedestrians at that location.

Well then maybe we shouldn’t even have crosswalks and instead, just let people walk wherever they want without worrying about being hit by cars.

Do we need to stop the car before we can get in?

In our modern world, it’s because there’s more than one person involved there are also other cars on the road. And if you’re going to get into one of those cars, you have to wait for it to stop moving so that you don’t get hurt. Then you wouldn’t need to stop at all! You’d just be able to jump right into your friend’s car no problem.

What are some alternatives to cars?

There are so many alternatives to owning a car that it can be hard to know where to start.


If your town has bike lanes and trails, biking is a great way to get around without spending money on gas or insurance. The best part is that biking helps keep you healthy and fit plus.

Public transportation

You don’t have to own a car if you live in an area with public transportation options. This can be buses, trains, ferries, or even airplanes. If there’s a bus stop near your house, try riding the bus one day instead of driving yourself. You’ll save money on gas and parking fees while also getting some exercise.


Hitchhiking is illegal in many places these days, but if it’s legal where you live and if you can get over any safety concerns, hitchhiking can be an excellent way for people who don’t own cars to get around without spending any money at all.


It’s clear that we need to start working on ways to make running cars more accessible. There are many people who would love to be able to run in cars, but they don’t have the resources or ability to do so. We think it’s important that everyone has access to these types of experiences, and we hope that our research will help with making this happen.

Steven Hatman
Steven Hatman

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