Remember when you were a kid and envisioned what the future would be like in terms of housing, cars, and even how people looked? The time for technology to fully integrate into our lives is now, and with cars that can drive themselves, those images you thought of as child are most likely very similar to what we have in store in the next year or two. Driver-less cars can park for you, they can stop the car for you, and even make your trip more fuel efficient. While some may still be on the fence about having a car or truck that can totally operate without any human effort, the more we learn about them and their benefits, the more consumers are eager to buy one for their morning commutes.
Here are 10 ways that driver-less cars will improve our lives:
A residual benefit of driverless cars could be a reduction in crime. Sometimes, criminals use cars to elude capture. Driverless cars will be harder to manipulate in this fashion. If all vehicles are connected to a regional transportation grid, it might become impossible to use one in the commission of a crime. Another way that driverless cars can reduce crime is reducing or eliminating auto theft. Your driverless vehicle might be accessible through fingerprint recognition only, making it extremely difficult to steal.