Essay On Pros And Cons Of Driverless Driving

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"Get in, go to sleep, and wake up at your destination." The Pros and Cons of Driverless Car
It 's been estimated that nine of ten car accidents are caused by human errors. As a human, we get bored, sometimes could get drunk, nod off at wheel, run red lights, take phone call, send text message, those all make us terrible drivers. Computers don 't get distracted as humans, they make rational decisions much faster than human during the limited time. Many pros believe that the widespread use of the self-driving car can prevent the accidents due to human errors. The sensors loaded in car can sense everything such as pedestrians, cyclists, and other vehicles, around the car, make decisions of every aspect, while humans have blind spots. One of the biggest advantage the self-driving car will bring to people is that it can save considerable time for drivers. Driving a long way is boring and exhausting, a self-driving car can save
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With full driverless technology, humans are never expected to take any control of the vehicle.All they need to do is just pressing one button or telling the computer where do they want to go. Driving-assisted car could include technology like adaptive cruise control, self-parking. For some driving assistance cars, there are some moments they can drive by themselves, but human drivers are expected to take action when there is something wrong with the car driving system. The car could back out of self-driving mode when it needs human 's help.
Toyota has been developing the Mobility Teammate Concept since 1990s. It doesn 't just want its car to drive by themselves, it wants them to stop the drivers from crashing when they are in trouble. The intention of the technology adopted is to act as a safety assist. The role of the computer is a copilot rather than an autopilot. Toyota has hopes of launching products such as Highway Teammate by

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