Have you ever been on your way to work and were suddenly greeted by a long line of traffic? During my daily commute, I run into about an extra hours worth of traffic, but some drivers in places like Miami, Florida or Los, Angeles, California can experience hours worth of extra driving due to traffic. So, how do you combat this traffic? You drive over it. The new Hum Rider may look like a new Jeep Grand Cherokee, but it has a secret under its wheel wells. With over 300 feet of hydraulic lines, gas-powered generator and hydraulic pumps, the driver can push a button to raise the Rider to a height where it can pass over other cars. Essentially, this Jeep is a robot in disguise. Unfortunately, you won't be able to buy a Hum Rider, as it was a promotional car built by A2Zfx for Verizon's Hum service.