"Viewpoint" with host Dennis Quaid Covers The Impact Of Self-Driving Car Technology

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The educational program will feature experts discussing the advancement of driving technology.

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...by taking away time spent driving, drivers can then devote the drive to sleeping, reading, catching up on emails, or doing whatever else they would need or prefer to spend the duration of their trip.

After years of lending his talents to the big screen, the "Vantage Point" star is now bestowing his skills as host to TV’s “Viewpoint." The educational program covers a wide array of topics that impact people worldwide. Coming to the show is an episode featuring the technology powering self-driving vehicles and how they will change future transportation.

Automated cars sound like works of science fiction, but these types of vehicles are already a reality. Today, automated cars come with features like object monitoring and automated parking, but soon cars will take the aspect of driving fully automatic. The eventual rollout of self-driving vehicles means the probability of fewer accidents, lower costs, and a higher allotment of free time.

If everyone were to drive self-driving cars, then the occurrence of road accidents would lessen as a result of removing sleepy, intoxicated, or distracted drivers from behind the wheel. By reducing the annual number of accidents, car insurance premiums would decrease as a result. Lastly, by taking away time spent driving, drivers can then devote the drive to sleeping, reading, catching up on emails, or doing whatever else they would need or prefer to spend the duration of their trip.

Making completely automated cars creates an immense amount of free time for countless individuals who otherwise spend several hours daily driving. Further details will appear in the upcoming episode.

“Viewpoint” with Dennis Quaid is cautiously reviewed before broadcast. The educational show has accepted multiple accolades.

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