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Would you buy or use a driverless car? Why or why not?


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Best Answer Tom Ware (Tusitala Tom) says

10 months ago
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    H C Palting (Express10) 10 months ago

    I agree. The Google driverless car has driven over 1,000,000 & has just experienced it's first accident. The human passenger said that the mistake made is one he would have made, not yielding to a turning bus. Both vehicles were going very slowly


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Jean DAndrea (Snakesmum) says

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    H C Palting (Express10) 10 months ago

    I understand your sentiment. With driverless cars a human can take over anytime they want. Does that sway you?


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peachy (peachpurple) says

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    H C Palting (Express10) 10 months ago

    Thanks for answering and I agree. The idea is very good with all the distractions that drivers have at the moment, this could be a solution to that. I do wonder about security from hackers though as that's already an issue today.


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    H C Palting (Express10) 10 months ago

    Good observations & concerns especially considering we can already hack into cars that are not driverless & cause accidents. I like the idea of it but more security & safety features are needed.

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    Tom Ware (Tusitala Tom) 8 months ago

    I doubt driverless cars will suddenly sweep the world. But they will come in. It's inevitable. By the time the actual human driver is superseded, I expect the technology will be very safe. And, of course, there will be no steering wheels!

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    H C Palting (Express10) 10 months ago

    I understand that feeling...until I see a driver brushing long hair into their face or staring at their phone or laptop while they are driving. Unfortunately for us all, these are true (and frightening) stories!


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