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Wally went from auto dealer to auto dealer searching for the perfect vehicle.
Since he didn't live in the real world he was spoiled and used to, (out of this world ) technology.
For this precise reason he was very disappointed regardless of how advanced the dealers said each vehicle was. Although he tried really hard to convince himself that some of the cars were ok, he knew they all kind of fell short compared to what he owned.
During his search he concluded that the best companies were, Lexus, Toyota, Acura Honda and Ford. Although their vehicles were not up to his standard they rose far beyond the rest of the competition leaving the BMW's, Mercedes and Audi's in the dust.
The reason these companies were ahead of the game was that they really took the time to research their customer's driving experience and worked extremely hard to make adjustments to their vehicles based on their reviews.
Not only were these companies ahead in regards to their ability to build practical cars but they also excelled when it came down to reaching out to their customer base. Their websites were well thought out and easy to navigate unlike many others that relied solely on their dealerships to make their sales.
Wally wished that some of the features present in his car would soon be adopted by the top companies. First off Where's Waldo's car was capable of giving him the illusion of driving as though he were placed in the middle of the vehicle, much like when riding a go cart.
This gave him a far better view of his surroundings and made it just as easy for him to calculate, (eye ball) how far he was from other cars on both sides of the vehicle. In all cars usually it is easier to do this on the driver's side but you are never quite sure if you are going to hit something on the passenger's side.
Another great standard feature Wally had was the over head parking camera system.
This system aloud him to view his car from above, (Satellite view) and see exactly how far he was from other cars, people or objects. Not only could he see the perimeter of his vehicle but he was able to observe everything within a 6 meter radius allowing him to notice if anything may be coming around a corner when getting out from a parking space.
Yes Wally was really spoiled and found it extremely awkward to use the backup cameras currently being sold on the market. He thought it was strange for someone to have to look forward onto the dash, (LCD screen) when trying to back up. It just felt really counter intuitive and would have much preferred that the screen be mounted on the rear, since one tends to look back, (common sense dictates). If people were going to rely entirely on backup cameras and keep designing tiny obsolete rear windows, then why not just get rid of them altogether and replace them with huge LCD screens?