Smart Cars are Better, for Everyone

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People have been talking about cars driving themselves, and think they are a bad idea, however have no good proof that they  are a bad idea. 

 

I see the mention of car accidents in all of the post about self driving vehicles, so lets investigate further. To do this, we must investigate what causes these accidents. Most of the time, these accidents are caused by a driver being distracted. They can be distracted by eating their Big Mac, being drunk as ****, texting, and more. These are what causes accidents because you don’t pay attention to the road. But with this new technology, you can do all of this, and it WILL NOT AFFECT how the car drives. These smart cars reduce a large amount of accidents, because the people who cause accidents, can not cause accidents because they are not really affect the driving of the vehicle.

So for everyone who says, what about people with ‘dumb cars’. I must ask, why don’t you have a smart car? It would cost less than your ‘old car’. Which is a huge motivation to get one. We do not have more information on smart cars replacing old cars, but it is nothing to concern knowing  a large group of people buy every iPhone at release.

 

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  1. Joe Lunsford August 18, 2014 at 9:43 pm

    This is a response to my post about the Google self driving car isn’t it. Another problem I see with the smart car it that they are so small, If i had a say in it I would make them the size of normal cars.

  2. Isai Rodriguez April 16, 2015 at 11:44 am

    I think the time is coming. Cars WILL drive themselves. I can see a service like UBER going totally automated by replacing their fleet of human drivers (albeit, rented drivers) with fully autonomous driving vehicles. Now of course this won’t be an over night change however, I do see the change happening in the future.

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