Driverless Cars Are Overly Cautious

Computer driven vehicles have been out on the road for a while now and so far have wracked up twice as many fender benders than human drivers.


They are getting into minor accidents because they are too cautious and human drivers are rear ending them at an alarming rate.


8 Comments on Driverless Cars Are Overly Cautious

  1. Most flesh-and-blood people are too hesitant when riding in their automobiles; most hate driving, but believe they are great drivers because they have spent their driving “career” going from point “A” to point “B” without having a collision.

    The problem today is exacerbated by an increased number of vehicles on the road “operated” by people who merely had to pass a parking test to “earn” their license.

    I guess a skid pan and learning the handling characteristics of an automobile is racist/sexist/whateverist.

    Sorry…I can go on about this subject forever.

  2. There is no way in hell I am riding in a vehicle that insists on observing all traffic rules on I-285 (the ring around the Congo), I-75, I-85 and I-20. You’d be spun out or mowed down in less than a mile.

  3. Keep them in the right lane, who cares. It’s when the computers gain intelligence and start hogging the left lane like whiney progressives that we will have a real problem. Otherwise they likely drive like your ordinary goofs without the SJW attitude, as far as I’m concerned.

  4. Wait ‘tlll the bag guys insert that chip that makes them ignore the law. What great getaway cars they’ll make. A bank robber/drugrunner dream car.

  5. Biggest take-away in the article for me is how California sets the standard for the nation.

    The road ahead is bumpy.


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