Very good question Lance.. I sure hope that those challenged with getting around get to try these out soon too... Of course I can see some major challenges with the learning curve as most of the blind count footsteps and curbs to know where they are which this machine might throw them off a bit for a short while.
Not So Fast: Group Seeks to Block Google's Driverless Cars on U.S. Highways
The American muscle car is synonymous with a stonking gas-powered V-8 engine, making noises you'd imagine...
The self driving car has long been awaited and questioned in our society if it would ever work with the other drivers on the roads.. Google has set out to prove that it would work.. This consumer watchdog group is obviously just against anything that Google sets out to do whether it is awesome technology like the Driverless Car or a Google Plus Page. What Consumer Watchdog needs to be more concerned with is what our government is doing, how they are making more and more regulations that take away our freedoms and how they can now track our ever location using our 911 locators on our cell phones which are all mandatory now...
when will these driverless cars be ready? and will people like handicap people get to try them first i know i read of a blind man who got to try one out