Day after day our local TV news features photos of traffic lines that appear to have no end as people line up in their autos, waiting for hours well into the night at the Dodgers baseball team stadium for drive through free Coronavirus testing.
Most of California is now under a voluntary 10 p.m. - 5 a.m. curfew due to escalating coronavirus infection numbers that if they continue increasing may lead to institution of a lockdown.
Viewing the vehicle lineup reminds me of hydrogen-powered cars which have long appealed to me as a possible preference over electric and gas autos. Now it seems Lancaster, California has become the first U.S. hydrogen city and is reaching out to Japan for this purpose. Here's how you drive a hydrogen powered car HERE.
Also, here's what some auto manufacturers are doing to explore hydrogen-powered cars:
Driving, whether a gasoline combustion engine, electric or hydrogen vehicle, they especially matter now as a means for shopping for picking up our purchases from stores and using drive thru services.
When I lived in the Great Lakes midwest a popular fast food drive thru restaurant there was White Castle -- for what are now referred to as "sliders" -- tiny little hamburger/cheeseburger sandwiches. My husband said as a boy he used to be invited with other classmates to the owner's home to celebrate their son's birthday who was their friend. Each attendee received a gift far more expensive than they could afford to give the birthday boy he still recalled from so many years ago.
Many years later as adults when we moved to California a very popular drive thru here was a family-owned fast food restaurant famed for the high grade meat quality as were other ingredients, plus their excellent service, called In 'N Out Burger. They continue to gradually expand into other states.