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31% 208 votes
69% 463 votes
671 people voted
Yes, this is just the beginning and it's normal to have some... 297 votes

Yes, this is just the beginning and it's normal to have some setbacks
44%
Yes, this is just the beginning and it's normal to have some setbacks
I'm not sure - I think there are too many variables on the... 262 votes

I'm not sure - I think there are too many variables on the road that you can't plan for with technology
39%
I'm not sure - I think there are too many variables on the road that you can't plan for with technology
No, I don't think they will be and they seem unsafe 101 votes

No, I don't think they will be and they seem unsafe
15%
Other - leave a comment below or create a topic with your opinion 11 votes

Other - leave a comment below or create a topic with your opinion
2%
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KarenF101

KarenF101

  Even the panhandle where I live was recently very busy when Google decided to connect it to another panhandle driveway via a background through adjoining properties (and houses). It took a very strongly worded mail to them to have that bit of stupidity corrected.
KarenF101

KarenF101

  This is the GPS map that the cars are navigating from. Some years back, when TomTom and Garmin were the go-to for GPS navigation, friends of mine lived in a cul-de-sac that was plagued by out-of-town cars who would turn into the road and promptly make a U-turn when they discovered that the road on the map was divided into two by a railway and two 6-foot walls.
d_bandile

d_bandile

  not sure about self driving
FelicityHansel

FelicityHansel

  I still do not trust self-driving cars, who will take responsibility if the car makes a mistake?
Grandmoo

Grandmoo

  Well, in South Africa some humans are more "stupid" and even arrogant, aggressive, careless, bad mannered and just plainly incompetent to drive motor vehicles.

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