Ive had a go on a Segway, and they are great, and if they were under a couple of grand and road legal here in the UK, I might be tempted. But that said there uses are limited, popping down to the shops, or round to Grans for cup of tea or in other words speeding up journeys you would have made by foot, well thats where the idea works well.
Directing companies to build what are political postcards is not the way to run a motor company or indeed an economy.
I hope GM survive in some way, they will if they are allowed to build cars people want to buy.
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