Driverless automobiles will lower car accidents caused by human error– the No. 1 cause of death in auto accident– and remove as much as 90% of U.S. traffic deaths.
American roadways are evolving, much as air passages are developing through drone innovation. With drones, the Federal Aviation Administration reacted properly with a framework for this innovation to grow, showing government can promote safety and development at the same time. Likewise, the rollout of self-driving automobiles depends upon clear and thoughtful assistance from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
The termination of self-driving cars overlooks the tens of thousands of lives this innovation might save each year. Allowing driverless research study, screening and adoption in the short term will pay massive advantages in the future for the mobility. Requiring a perfect option would postpone the rollout of innovation that will save countless lives.