Uber, Lyft and other ride-sharing services have changed the way travel in most cities. Unlike the traditional taxis where you had to go out in the streets, find a taxi then haggle for the price, wasting a lot of time in the process, ride-sharing apps give you an estimate of what you are supposed to pay even before you request a ride.
Distracted driving kills 3,400+ people in the United States annually. Over a million accidents occur every year, and autonomous vehicles will, hopefully, stop many of these accidents, saving tens of thousands of people per year. But what happens when an autonomous vehicle is involved in an accident?
If you want to be a rideshare driver, the key most important asset you have is your vehicle. If you don’t have a vehicle or a license, you’re not going to get past the application process. But you also have the option of doing something different.
Car accidents are one of the worst forms of accidents. While in certain cases, there is little or no injury, car accidents can otherwise be fatal. Injuries can be severe, which means more medical bill, absence from work, property loss as well as monetary loss. There is a great deal of emotional and psychological trauma involved too.
There’s been a lot of talk about self-driving cars over the last few years, but the US Senate has finally announced that it will pass legislation clearing regulations and restrictions for manufacturers, in essence providing a clear path to putting driverless cars on the road.
Everyone should be looking for ways to make their lives easier these days. Think about all the things you have to do in your life. Then consider what you can do to make things simpler and easier for yourself. Luckily, you have quite a few options, as you will see from the following list. Try to take note of these suggestions, and use them wherever you can.
If you're sitting at your office desk or driving a cab, just take some time to think whether a robot could do your job better than you? Unfortunately, the answer for you would probably be yes. The topic about whether or not machines or robots will do away with the requirement of human employment is not just an academic debate now.