We got to hang out for an entire day for an ad campaign we did for Life magazine. He of course plays as he breaths. So we were gifted with live performance through out the day.
Not to mention the "I wanted the Micky sippy, not the Tinkerbell!!!!" meltdowns. Or the "my clothes were just used as a napkin by my child" fashion look.
The short summary is that the car itself has not yet been at fault in an accident, but it sometimes gets rear-ended, hit by cars running lights/stop signs, and has to avoid drivers driving the wrong way on the street. In other words, other drivers suck :)
This encourages me that if a significant fraction of cars become self-driving, we could see a much lower accident rate. That's always been the hope, but this is looking like supportive evidence.
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