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Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Madhi19 Reddit new post madhi19 on Driverless cars could cripple law enforcement budgets in the U.S. Approximately 41 million people receive speeding tickets in the U.S. every year, paying out more than $6.2 billion per year

Better yet what happen if the car detect that you're drunk and lock out manual override? At what point is a car still a car and not a driverless taxi?

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