[wind chimes clinking] [mellow music] Nathaniel: Good morning, Steve Steve: Hey, Nathaniel. How are you? Nathaniel: Doing just great. Go ahead, Steve. [electronic beeping] [electronic voice] Auto driving. Nathaniel: Here we go.
Steve: Away we go. [chuckles] Steve: Look, Ma, no hands. Nathaniel: [laughs] No hands anywhere. Steve: No hands, no feet. Nathaniel: No hands, no feet, no nothing. Steve: I love it. So we’re here at the stop sign. Nathaniel: Yep. Car’s using the radars and laser to check and make sure there’s nothing coming either way. Steve: I find myself looking.[laughs] Nathaniel: Old habits die hard, man. Steve: Hey, they don’t die. Hey, anybody up for a taco? Nathaniel: Yeah, yeah. What do you want to do today, Steve? Steve: I’m all for Taco Bell, myself. Nathaniel: All right, well, let’s go get a taco at the drive-thru. Steve: And we’re turning into the parking lot. Nathaniel: Yeah. Steve: How neat. Nathaniel: There we go. Now we kind of creep along here. Nathaniel: Does anybody have any money?
Steve: I’ve got money. Nathaniel: No, I’ve got my wallet right here. If you roll down your window and order a burrito. Yeah, push that.
How are you doing today? Steve: I’m doing very well. How are you today? Good. Thank you. Steve: This is some of the best driving I’ve ever done. [laughs] [mellow music] 95% of my vision is gone. I’m well past legally blind. You lose your timing in life. Everything takes you much longer. There are some places that you cannot go. There are some things that you really cannot do. Where this would change my life is to give me the independence and the flexibility to go the placesI both want to go and need to go when I need to do those things. You guys get out. I’ve got places I have to go. [laughs] Bye, now. Hey, it’s been nice, you know. It’s been nice.