Table of Contents v2

Chapter Name Page (in printed version)
Introduction 7
1 Cabs 11
2 Multiple Cars 13
3 Fuel Sippers 15
4 Car Pools 17
5 Stress 19
6 Capital Costs 21
7 Prices 23
8 Maintenance 27
9 Paying for Roads 31
10 Paying for Everything* 33
11 Stop Lights 35
12 Lanes 39
13 Topology 41
14 Energy Costs 43
15 Teen Drivers 45
16 Pre-Teen Drivers 47
17 Older Drivers 49
18 Handicapped Travel 51
19 Differently Abled 53
20 Pedestrians 55
21 Cyclists 57
22 Safety 59
23 Car Lifespan 61
24 Shape 63
25 Safer Shells 65
26 Insurance 67
27 Alternative Fuels 69
28 Corner Gas Stations 71
29 Convenience Stores 73
30 Downtowns 75
31 Smaller Cities 79
32 Parking 81
33 Asphalt Jungles 85
34 Roads 87
35 Street Lamps and Safety 91
36 Sewers 93
37 Detours and Repairs 95
38 Suburban Homes 97
39 Car Culture 99
40 Car Design 101
41 Hot Rods 103
42 Racing 105
43 Rush Hour 107
44 Mass Transit 109
45 Accidents 111
46 Fun 113
47 Spontaneity 115
48 Clusters* 117
49 Alcohol 119
50 Eating* 121
51 Party* 123
52 Privacy and Anonymity 125
53 Freedom To Travel 127
54 Sunday* 129
55 Lawbreaking 131
56 Debt* 133
57 Tickets* 135
58 Murder* 137
59 Hackers* 139
60 Regulation 141
61 Scolding 143
62 Monopoly 145
63 Liability 147
64 Lawyers 151
65 Emergency Rooms 153
66 Asset-Light Living 155
67 Throw Away Cars 157
68 Optional Travel 159
69 Paths 161
70 Mapping* 163
71 Shopping 165
72 Advertising 167
73 Marketing* 169
74 Radio 171
75 Signs 173
76 Overnight Travel 175
77 Pods 177
78 Extra Power* 179
79 Trunks* 181
80 Manufacturing 183
81 Windows 185
82 Commuting 187
83 Identity 189
84 Status* 191
85 GDP* 193
86 Immigration* 197
87 Delivery 199
88 Tourism 203
89 Policing 205
90 Road Maintenance 207
91 Owning the Roads* 209
92 Construction 211
93 Weather 213
94 Snow and Rain 215
95 Highways 217
96 Emergency Vehicles 219
97 Evacuation* 221
98 Airports 223
99 Flying Cars 225
Fast Forward 230
Bibliography 235

* = new for second edition