RE: It seems that the cars of the future will also be driven responsibly. With human assistance, inevitably.
Despite the existence of all these features to carry out a high quality automatic driving, the company is very careful with these warnings, because as they themselves say, these cars are not made to drive fully autonomously, the human factor must always be present to avoid accidents of any kind.
However, and despite all these warnings and all the tests that have been carried out over time with these vehicles, which prove to be very rigorous before going to market, in the year 2,021 there has been a fatal accident, in which two people lost their lives.
This incident occurred on April 17 in the town of Woodlands, which is part of the state of Texas in the United States. In the accident, the car apparently lost control and crashed into a tree and two people were killed.
Who should be blamed more??the person who bought the car or the company that sold it to the customer?