Advantages And Disadvantages Of Driverless Car

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Advantages: 1.Driverless cars can improve the safety of the traffic. According to the statistics of the World Health Organization, there are 1.24 million people die of traffic accidents each year in the world, and this figure will reach 2.2 million by 2030. In the United States, about 33,000 people die of traffic accidents each year. Driverless cars can dramatically reduce the number of traffic accidents, which could save the lives of millions of people. The Eno Center for Transportation study shows that if 90% of cars on the road in the U.S. will become driverless cars, the number of car accidents will drop from 6 million to 1.3 million. Driverless can avoid some traffic accidents caused by driver’s error, and can reduce drunk driving,…show more content…
Second, smart cars can monitor real-time traffic conditions by using satellite navigation to map out the best route, in order to reduce the traffic jams. 4. Allow the driver to have more free space. People are not allowed to use their mobile phone while driving a car. Drivers need to concentrate on driving a car to prevent accidents. So people waste a lot of time driving the car. Driverless is the liberation of the driver. Instead of paying too much attention to the road conditions, they can spend their time freely doing what they want to do. 5. To improve mobility of the elderly, and the disabled people Relying on driverless cars, the elderly and disabled people do not need to worry about the inconvenience of traveling, and this will help further the development of social welfare. 6.Parking resources are no longer nervous. Driverless cars can look for parking spaces on their own when they arrive, rather than stopping nearby. This can effectively ease the shopping malls, hotels, stations and other crowded places parking pressure. Disadvantage: Security can not be fully
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