Re: Driverless Car Opinion
Unfortunately based on how far and fast self-driving technology has progressed, this is likely true. I've witnessed what seems to be an increased number of head on collisions on two lane roads in my area largely a result of distracted drivers (phones) and the out of control heroin addiction.
Originally Posted by TH47Indy
So I wonder if you go down to the gin mill and have some drinks, you get in your self driving car to go home and get stopped by police along the way. Do you get arrested for drunk driving when you weren't actually driving? Probably know the answer but its interesting. Or maybe you don't even get stopped because your car doesn't forget to use turn signals, exceed speed limit, make illegal turns, dim headlights, weaving a bit, etc. Aside from that I can see a few other benefits being able to "let go" for awhile and stretch, eat, etc on long interstate trips.
I'm 55 and won't own a car that has electronic steering where there is no mechanical connection between the steering wheel and steering linkage so doubt I'll be jumping on the self driving bandwagon. But can see the millennials jumping on full bore.
Jason Z - S.W. PA