Self-driven cars can make driving more efficient and safer by eliminating distracted driving and other human error.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) January 15, 2013
DMV.us.org is astounded at the new Toyota and Audi prototypes for self-driving cars to sell to normal car buyers revealed last week. At CES 2013, following previous models from Google and Lexus, Audi has developed a scanning system that will be able to create 3D maps of a car's surround, allowing it to drive itself.
Similarly, Lexus has created LIDAR, a source or laser radar on the front and sides of their car with high-definition cameras and multiple GPS devices. With the advent of these cars it remains to be seen how legal issues would allow driverless cars to run on the roads.
According to Google and other supporters, "self-driven cars can make driving more efficient and safer by eliminating distracted driving and other human error" and has even persuaded California and Nevada to make laws legalizing self-driving cars (Time).
However, large organizations like the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers opposed the California law claiming it would make it too easy for car makers and individuals to modify cars to self-drive. This is a reasonable point because not everyone should be allowed to modify a car just because they are able to.
Though self-driving cars revealed at CES 2013 may be the future, DMV.us.org is concerned that there are a lot more safety problems that have to be weighed before these vehicles are made legal on the streets of the U.S.
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