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5 Ways Self-Driving Cars Will Save Us From Ourselves


The future is here and it’s fast. We’re only just beginning to see the benefits of autonomous vehicles (AVs), but already there are many reasons why AVs will be better than human drivers.

1. Self-driving cars will reduce the number of accidents.

It’s no secret that humans are not the best drivers. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, more than 90{a5ecc776959f091c949c169bc862f9277bcf9d85da7cccd96cab34960af80885} of accidents are caused by human error. That’s around 1.3 million accidents annually and an estimated 40,000 deaths each year–that’s almost as many casualties as there were in World War II!

Self-driving cars could help reduce these numbers significantly by removing human error from driving decisions altogether. They also have advantages over traditional vehicles when it comes to safety:

  • Self-driving technology can react much faster than humans do when faced with dangerous situations (for example, if another car suddenly veers into your lane). This means fewer crashes overall because of how quickly self-driving cars can respond in emergency situations such as these;
  • Self-driving cars don’t get distracted from their task at hand (i.e., driving) like humans often do;
  • They’re programmed not only for maximum safety but also for maximum efficiency–meaning they won’t waste time or gas idling at stoplights or going too slow due to heavy traffic conditions

2. Self-driving cars are a safer alternative to drunk driving.

  • Self-driving cars are a safer alternative to drunk driving.

Self-driving cars can’t get drunk, and they don’t need to rely on their own judgment when it comes to making split-second decisions about whether or not to take an exit ramp at 70 miles per hour during a thunderstorm (or even just during heavy rain). This means they’ll be able to react faster than humans in dangerous situations–for example, if there’s another car coming straight at you from your left side while another is trying to pass on your right, self-driving technology will be able to detect both threats before any human driver would be able who might have been distracted by his phone or lost in thought about what he wants for lunch later today.

3. Self-driving cars could help decrease our carbon footprint.

Self-driving cars have the potential to make a huge difference in our carbon footprint. We could reduce the number of cars on the road by eliminating human error, which leads to accidents and traffic jams. This would also mean less fuel used and fewer emissions produced by cars.

The reduced need for parking spaces would free up land that can be used for other purposes, such as parks or housing developments (or even more parking spaces).

When you look at all these benefits together–fewer accidents, less congestion and pollution from traffic jams–it becomes clear that self-driving vehicles are good for our environment as well as our wallets!

4. They’ll save people money on fuel and insurance costs.

Fuel is expensive, and the cost of insurance has been rising steadily for years. Self-driving cars will help people save money on both fronts.

For one thing, autonomous vehicles will reduce accidents (a major cause of fuel consumption). They’ll also allow people to travel more safely and efficiently because they’ll be able to use their time productively instead of driving in traffic jams or parking lots. And since self-driving cars won’t need human drivers at all–and therefore won’t need seats or steering wheels–they can save space inside the vehicle itself by being smaller overall. This means that even if you never use your car’s “autopilot” feature yourself, it could still save you money through increased mileage per gallon and lower premiums from insurers who appreciate your commitment to safety!

5. They can use technology to help people be more productive on their commutes.

The most obvious way that self-driving cars will save us from ourselves is by allowing us to work on our commutes. For many people, commuting is one of the most boring parts of their day. It’s a time when you’re stuck in traffic or sitting on a train for hours at a time, staring at your phone or getting lost in thought about what you’ll do once you get home.

Self-driving cars have already been used as mobile offices by Uber drivers and Lyft riders who use them as part of their jobs (and who may also be sleeping). But there’s also potential for this technology to go beyond just helping people make money while they drive–it could actually make them more productive during their commutes as well!

Autonomous Vehicles will be safer, greener, and more cost-effective than human drivers

Self-driving cars will be safer, greener and more cost-effective than human drivers.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that 94{a5ecc776959f091c949c169bc862f9277bcf9d85da7cccd96cab34960af80885} of all traffic accidents are caused by human error. Self-driving vehicles don’t get distracted by text messages or lose focus on the road when they’re tired. They also won’t drink or do drugs while driving, which is a big problem in America today. And obviously, they won’t drive drunk themselves–or allow their passengers to do so either!

Self-driving cars are also much more fuel efficient than traditional vehicles because they use GPS tracking systems to optimize their routes based on traffic patterns and weather conditions at different times of day or night (like avoiding rush hour traffic). These improvements will help reduce greenhouse gas emissions from nonstop driving around town as well as improve air quality overall since fewer people are going out into smoggy conditions just because they need groceries from Whole Foods before closing time tonight; instead they’ll just order them online through Amazon Prime Now which means no more waiting around outside stores for five hours after work ends just because we forgot something vital like milk when making dinner plans with friends tonight…


The future of transportation is looking pretty bright. In fact, we believe that self-driving cars will save us from ourselves by making our roads safer and more environmentally friendly. We hope you’re as excited about this technology as we are!