Except, Arising, these vehicles are supposed to be equipped with LIDAR to detect anybody no matter howArising_uk wrote: ↑Thu Mar 22, 2018 3:10 pmWow that was sad.Walker wrote:That's because the driver was inattentive. Watch the video.
Over here that 'assisted' driver would be prosecuted as they were clearly checking their phone which is illegal but from the footage it seems quite clear that no-one or thing would have been able to stop in time as that cyclist came out of nowhere with no lights or any relective clothing. I'm amazed that given she's a cyclist she appears to have had no self-preservation or road skills as surely she could see the car coming and judged it's speed before she crossed?
"invisible" they are.
Ultimately all the accidents involving these cars will be resolved within the court system and then we'll see how things will move along (legislatively speaking) which will take years. Currently there's too much speculation based on media reporting.
Based on closely tracking the media for negative reporting, I believe a potential exists for saving 30,000 lives annually in the US along with billions of dollars.