Grey Suit, a banker, got into his car on Monday morning and waited.
The onboard traffic computer would begin his journey at the precise moment calculated to acheive maximum traffic flowthrough with a minimum of bottlenecks.
In simple English, this meant Grey Suit would sometimes get into his car and wait for up to 15 minutes before the vehicle would begin moving of its own accord into traffic and to his office.
Grey Suit didn't mind. Sitting on the large couch in his car, watching the news and preparing a report on his tablet PC.
Grey Suit didn't know the following words: drive, driver's license, manual transmission, steering wheel.
They appeared occasionally in antique books but Grey Suit didn't read fiction.