Home
« Home | Next: MSNBC: 'Stress event' blamed after birds rain from... »
| Next: MSNBC: Calif. thieves ditch TV too big for getaway... »
| Next: MSNBC: Driver crashes muscle car onto Bush's lawn »
| Next: CBS: Sleep Deprivation Makes You Ugly: Study »
| Next: ABC: Squirrel Found in Home Owner's Toilet »
| Next: FOX NEWS: Summers Warns of Double-Dip Recession »
| Next: FOX NEWS: Can an Aspirin a Day Keep Cancer Away? »
| Next: Depp, Jolie team up for 'Tourist' »
| Next: MSNBC: Best bets: Depp, Jolie team up for 'Tourist... »
| Next: ABC: Ear Relief: Congress Acts to Stifle Loud TV A... »

Archives



Recent

News Sources

Good News

Site Feed: RSS
Subscribe to updates
Add to Technorati Favorites
N1 Website Directory
Blog Directory & Search engine

Blogarama - The Blog Directory
 Blog Directory
Blog Directory

Free SEO Tools

Business Blogs - Blog Rankings

Monday, January 10, 2011

CNN: The future of cars: Drivers not needed

At least that would save us some time, money, and a driver's license. Time, because we don't have to drive anymore. I suppose we simply program the destination in to the GPS and send the car on its merry way.

Money will be saved, because I suspect the car will stick to the speed limit and take the fastest route, avoiding speeding tickets and gas. Hmm, talking about gas..., would it stop automatically to fill up when the light comes on?

When a driver's license is no longer needed, it saves us both time and money. I also anticipate it will save us a lot of aggravation and road rage, since we don't have to put up with Sunday drivers anymore.

Another benefit which could come from all that is that the number of accidents would probably diminish dramatically as well; unless some weird malfunction reveals itself, of course. I guess we all know what to expect then:

More recalls!

=======================================

0 Comments:

Post a Comment

Copyright © Blond 2008 - 2014