The Weekend Drive

Step in the back seat this time and let someone else don the driving gloves. Freed from the task, settle in and sink deep in the seat as you gain velocity. Feel the journey for the first time: beyond the glass the median stripe pulses and expansion joints thump in time beneath you. The cabin fills with the static of tyre noise, omnipresent yet changing pitch with every nuance of speed and road. A captive to the whims of your pilot, your senses are oddly liberated. It feels good to be in the back.

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