[ExI] Driverless cars for law enforcement
William Flynn Wallace
foozler83 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 17 14:56:46 UTC 2015
I have the suspect if all laws were uphold and enforced, there would be
> a lot of problem driving around with or without driverless cars.
> Well, finally. A way to cut down or even eliminate deaths from cars. I
am a libertarian, but it is just stupid the way Americans view their cars.
Long ago we could have passed laws so that a car could not go faster than,
say, 75. How many are dead because we never did that?
In my younger days I hated it when a car was going faster than me. So I
sped up and passed them. Yes, I have gotten numerous tickets but it never
stopped me. Extremely irresponsible.
So make cars that get radio signals mandating a certain speed limit and so
cannot go faster than that.
Put alcohol testers in every car so that they won't start if the driver
Clearly we won't stop speeding and drinking by ourselves, so let's force
ourselves to do it.
So - no more reason to own a Corvette or Ferrari. Good. Let those people
act out their fantasies off the roads.
There is no justification for other people paying, often with their lives,
for some others' testosterone-fueled speeding and reckless, drunken driving.
Why haven't we done this before? Because men won't grow up.
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