The modes of transportation discussed below are interesting, eye catching and most importantly, practical for the roads of our country.
Nimbus 2000: This broomstick will not just attract attention from Harry Potter fans but due to its practicality, it will also grab the attention of our general citizens. Not only can you clean your house or street with it, but once you're done, you can simply hop on top of it and fly off to your destination. The Nimbus 2000 is also very economical as it solely runs on the power of magic. However, the most important feature of this magic powered broomstick is its ability to dodge the rush hour traffic. Flying cars will clog up our skies and are sure to damage our environment. The Nimbus 2000 however, can overcome these drawbacks and help us reach our destination quicker than ever. So unless you're a Muggle, you will definitely be looking forward to it.
Bumblebee: Life isn't always about reaching your destination. Sometimes, it's about the journey. And there is no better way to experience a journey than with a friend. So why not your car? More specifically, why not a Transformer? Bumblebee can be that travel buddy you need. The traffic jam will never feel boring as he tells you stories about how Michael Bay managed to make no sense of the last two Transformer movies.
Anything from the Fast and the Furious franchise: Why? Because they're indestructible, that's why. You can ride them anywhere in Dhaka without being afraid of getting dents on your car. Besides, you can even jump off of an airplane while you're inside the car and still live. The franchise will give you a lot of options to choose from including the 70's Dodge Charger driven by Vin Diesel, the Toyota Supra you see in the first film and the submarine from the eighth instalment of the franchise, for when Monsoon hits the streets of Dhaka.
The Tumbler: This version of the Batmobile seen in the Dark Knight trilogy will surely turn some heads. Anyone can be a hero as long as they have one of these. Not only can it get you to places faster, but it also has important gadgets and functionalities such as armoured plating, front-mounted machine guns, rocket launcher, grappling hook and other things that we really need while we're travelling along a Bangladeshi highway. And most importantly, it does come in black.
The Hell Cycle: The perfect wheels for the not so perfect streets. Let's say the vehicle in front of you is being a nuisance and not paying any heed to your car's horn. Perhaps the driver would reconsider his arrogance once he notices the flaming bike you're riding on his rear view mirror. Also, since bike sharing services are gaining popularity in the country, this bike will fit in just fine.
Give me a hoot if you want any of these vehicles. I know a guy who knows a guy.
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