Based on the image above and examination while viewing Jurassic Park, it appears there is no physical connection between truck and track (though there may be).
Is the proposed method of moving the tour vehicles-- having them follow a track that moves them along with electricity-- a viable method of moving a vehicle?
To clarify, what @Shufler realizes in his comment
"I just understood the difference between the JP SUVs and electric trains (and OP's original question) -- that the SUVs don't appear to contact the track, where as subways and other electric trains have physical contact with a "third rail" or wire. – shufler May 24 at 19:50"
is what I was getting at. I am familiar with monorails and how they work. What I was hoping to learn was whether or not a a track could propel a car without (discernible) contact electrically-- which @wbogacz addresses.