At the beginning of June, my wife and I decided to venture out of our “COVID cave” and go on a brief vacation, our first in a year. We originally had reservations to visit the Hawaiian island of Kauai but had to cancel. Among other reasons, the only rental car we could find was a Tesla for $550 a day.
So, like most Americans, we re-adjusted our expectations. Instead of a bucket-list tropical trip, we set our sights on a “fully vaccinated” driving vacation two hours from our Los Angeles home. (We did not take our vaccination cards, and no one asked to see the copies we had
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