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Thinking outside the wheel
Thinking outside the wheel

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Is the end of road rage in sight? Will driverless cars be programmed to eliminate bad driving behavior?

There are 2.19 million car crashes in the U.S. annually. Humans directly cause 94% of all vehicle accidents.
The driverless car revolution WILL save lives. What other human impact do you think it will have? https://dryve.com/car-accidents-driverless-cars/


Self-Driving cars = Self-explanatory, right? Self-Driving Cars explained from the brains of the Society of Automotive Engineers

https://dryve.com/self-driving-cars-explained/


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Car theft, in the era of driverless cars, should nearly be eliminated.

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Getting into an Uber Driverless Car in San Francisco is not as easy as it seems. Uber hit some speed bumps when they trialed driverless cars.


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Maybe Back To the Future wasn’t so far off…We seem to be reaching an era of fantastic new innovations! Read about flying cars and other patents that will shape the future of cars

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Verdict on Tesla’s autopilot fatality shows government wants driverless car companies to step on the gas.

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Grappling with the moral choices that arise when driverless cars, inevitably, come face-to-face with bad weather.

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From the outside, cars come in many shapes and sizes. But climb inside, and a car’s interior design, for the most part, follows a similar configuration. Two front seats facing forward, followed, in most cases, by rows behind them. All positioned to stare straight ahead.

But when you take human driving out of the equation – indeed, even remove the steering wheel – there’s no need for passengers to dutifully face forward. That gives carmakers the license to reimagine the car interior design. And what it can be used for.
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