Plastic roads are passing tests in 5 states.
Some successful instances include a road in Hawaii containing about 150K water bottles worth of plastic and two quarter-mile roads in Pennsylvania that likewise use plastic equivalent to nearly 150K plastic bags.
Wait long enough, and throwing plastic trash from your moving car window won't even be littering anymore, just routine maintenance! What a strange world we live in.
Electreon, a company in Israel, has developed technology to charge EVs wirelessly while they drive.
It sounds kinda simple, actually... Copper coils installed under the road and another attached to the bottom of the vehicle create a magnetic field that charges the vehicle's battery. It's the same way wireless phone chargers work.
It’s good to recharge while you drive, it's why we only listen to bluegrass in the car. What about you?