Would little cameras stategically placed around the outside of the plane be use? Say one by the front landing gear, others showing the positions of the landing gears under the wings, others along the fuselage monitoring the engines. Does a pilot have to rely on the tower or a crew member to see a fire in an engine
How does the TSA guess the exact measurements of employees yet to be hired for this big order? What happens to the money that older employees pay for the replacement uniforms? If a uniform costs one grand, how much is the replacement amount the older workers pay apart from the TSA allowance? Expenses incurred by employees for uniforms are tax deductible, I guess the workers are informed of this. How many days of work is needed to cover the cost of a uniform? HAVE 100% of the uniform made in Tennessee or other US factory. Putting more Americans to work=more taxes paid. The company should be able to do this and still make a sufficient profit. Free enterprise OK, but we also have to expand work opportunities at home, (unions be willing.)
I noticed no last minute change in the front wheels of the car. Surely with the plane so close in the final few moments, there should have been some flinch or jerk reaction by the driver to turn the stearing wheel. The car windows were probably closed so no sounds were heard. My reading is that the driver made this trip often enough to be conditioned that planes land infrequently. This would explain the lack of caution and not stopping. Also this road is probably not uused much by cars adding to the lack of alertness. To me this is a probable explanation for the car driver's oblivousness. Put an attention consuming cell phone in his or her left hand to block the peripheral view out the left window and you get a car that didn't show any reaction even as it virtually flies right through the car. AND, the car kept going straight for a moment or two after the contact. A driver in a deep cell phone conversation with his vision blocked, explains the car's motion, my opinion.
Just as interesting as him rolling too soon before the front wheels are pointing forward. The window in question is the middle one of the three on the left side. It looks like it is opened upwards, flipped up.