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Old 06-02-2018, 10:01 AM
Tricky-Dicky Tricky-Dicky is offline
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Originally Posted by Friar Tuck View Post
"Car-makers suggest self-drive technologies should make the roads safer, but at present California requires a driver to remain behind the wheel so they can retake control at short notice."

That says it all, really, by the time the "driver" realises that an accident is about to happen and reacts to take back control, it will be too late! No, driverless cars are not a good idea, in any shape or form.
More like by the time the dozy bugger either wakes up, or like most of the US population gets off their phone or I pad.
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