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A Question for UBER, Lyft and SFO: How Much Crap is Too Much Crap for Car Windshields? – Obstructed Views, By Design

TweetThe FasTrak transponder isn’t the issue, it’s everything else, occluding vision near the starboard A-pillar: The other issue is with all this AUTHORIZED TNC VEHICLE regalia is that it seems to make drivers feel that they are special, entitled. (And if you’re still reading SFO, why not lengthen your runways and put them farther apart, […]
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