An auto industry veterans says that car owners need to "kiss the good times goodbye" because self-driving cars are speedily taking us to the end of an era.
"Everyone will have five years to get their car off the road or sell it for scrap or trade it on a module," former General Motors vice chairman Bob Lutz recently declared.
What's the rush? Lutz believes that autonomous vehicles will take over transportation, starting with ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft. He joined the show last week to talk about the self-driving future with Glenn, who wanted to know: What makes this prediction different from when people thought we would have flying cars?