Want to be the hit of Thanksgiving dinner conversation and small-talk with the extended family? Why not share your insights into the future of cars?
Bone up with some past RDN coverage and drop those topics or tidbits into casual conversation, and you’ll look like an MIT engineer or the well-read auto body professional you are.
Cars seem to be “cool” to non-gearheads again with the hype around self-driving cars, the increasing convergence of Silicon Valley computing and Detroit manufacturing, and “The Fast and the Furious” getting a ninth sequel. So you’ll probably have an attentive audience and help keep family drama or angry political debates from bubbling over.
3-D printing an entire car, or at least a part of it?
Editor’s note: Following Republican Gov. Chris Christie’s announcement that New Jersey Insurance Commissioner Ken Kobylowski will step down and corporate trial attorney Richard J. Badolato will be nominated…