Self-driving cars are getting into trouble, especially when it comes to pedestrians. The push from automakers and mobility companies to get there first and fastest can cause all kinds of problems. Recently, a self-driving driving Cruise Chevy Bolt was stopped and ticketed for getting way too close a pedestrian. Who and what is at fault when for the citation and what happens to the insurance rates of the person/thing found at fault?
Maybe there ought to be traffic schools for self-driving cars. Maybe they should have to pass the test to get a driver’s license…Maybe there should be a moratorium on testing self-driving cars on public roads. Maybe it’s a good reason to publish another Connected Car Crazy Caption.
Let’s see we had the UConnect update problem with the headunit continually rebooting.
- Teen Safety Quote
- The Power Outage at CES
- The Best Self-Driving Car Runs on Bio Fuel
- Autonomous Self-Driving Car Nut
- Self-Driving CATrastrophe
- Bluetooth iPhone Issues
- How did that Google Car get in my attic?
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