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Memoirs Take The Wheel - Giulio Bonasera
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Memoirs Take The Wheel

Personal Works

Lives not just on the interstate but at the intersections of culture and intellectual life.
“If baseball is the great American pastime, driving may be the great American time waste. The Federal Highway Administration tells us that in 2015, the nation’s drivers logged a record 3.1 trillion miles. In Los Angeles, drivers spend 170 hours annually sitting in traffic. It’s enough to make air travel look positively efficient. But three recent memoirs celebrate driving in three very different ways.“ - Meghan Daum