Driving is deadly. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimated that 32,500 people died on America's roads in 2015. Part of what makes driving deadly is that it's deadly dull: cautiously waiting to go, maintaining enough distance both behind and in front of other cars, and only crossing an intersection when there's definitely enough room for the car on the other side, are responsible ways to drive--though depending on the practices of a given area, sometimes also impossible or seen as rude. It can be an exhausting chore at even the best of times, and in rush hour, it's just a maddening, draining slog. So it's nice to contemplate, if only for a moment, what ideal driving could look like.