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July 13, 2024

Josiah Schock

Next Generation Transportation Technology

How Safe Are Autonomous Vehicles? I don’t know.

Introduction

Autonomous vehicles are going to change the way we get around. They’ll take us from place to place, give us more time for ourselves, and even make it easier for us to get groceries. In fact, autonomous vehicles could even save lives by reducing accidents caused by human error. But how safe is an autonomous vehicle? I don’t know! That’s why we need more research into this technology before it becomes widespread.

A lot of people are worried about self-driving cars.

A lot of people are worried about self-driving cars. The main concern is that autonomous vehicles will be less safe than human drivers, and therefore have a higher accident rate.

A second concern is that autonomous vehicles will be less safe for pedestrians and cyclists (and other road users).

The concern about self-driving vehicles is that they won’t be as safe as human drivers, who make mistakes and can be distracted.

The concern about self-driving vehicles is that they won’t be as safe as human drivers, who make mistakes and can be distracted.

Humans are bad drivers. We’re all guilty of it–texting while driving, not paying attention in traffic jams or at stoplights, speeding when no one is around to catch us doing so…the list goes on and on. Even when we do our best to be vigilant behind the wheel, there are still many things that could distract us from safely operating a vehicle: children crying in the backseat; loud music playing through your speakers; even just thinking about what you’re going to have for lunch later today or whether or not you remembered to buy milk at the grocery store yesterday morning before coming home from work (no one wants milkless cereal).

Theoretically speaking then–if autonomous cars were able to eliminate these potential points of failure by removing humans altogether from behind their wheels–they would also remove any chance that those humans might make mistakes themselves! And given how much more likely human error is than machine error (as evidenced by statistics showing how much safer planes travel than cars), this seems like an obvious win-win situation where everyone wins except possibly insurers who might lose business because fewer accidents mean lower premiums paid out per year overall across all states which currently require some form of auto insurance coverage before issuing licenses but even then maybe not since people would probably still need insurance policies since they’d still want protection against lawsuits filed against them after causing accidents involving other parties even though technically speaking these lawsuits wouldn’t exist anymore since there aren’t any laws requiring them either way so yeah…

But autonomous vehicles also have the potential to reduce accidents in a big way.

But autonomous vehicles also have the potential to reduce accidents in a big way. A study by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) found that AVs could prevent up to 90{a5ecc776959f091c949c169bc862f9277bcf9d85da7cccd96cab34960af80885} of crashes caused by human error, which is good news for anyone who’s ever been involved in an accident. And while there are still some questions about how safe they’ll be on their own, it appears that self-driving cars will be able to predict and avoid accidents better than humans can–and react faster as well!

In addition, AVs will be able to communicate with each other through vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communications systems so they know what other cars around them are doing at all times; this could help prevent collisions from happening altogether.

Studies have found that humans are pretty bad at driving and could use some assistance from computers.

The fact is, humans are not very good at driving. We get distracted and make mistakes, we have trouble keeping our eyes on the road, and we can’t always react as quickly as computers can.

A study by Virginia Tech Transportation Institute found that 94 percent of vehicle crashes were caused by human error (the other 6 percent were caused by mechanical failure). That’s pretty incredible when you consider how many people drive every day! The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates there were 37,000 traffic deaths in 2017 alone–and that’s just in the United States alone! And these numbers only account for accidents involving passenger vehicles; they don’t include commercial trucks or motorcycles or any other kind of vehicle.

We need to keep an eye on how AVs are developing to see if they’re improving safety or not.

We need to keep an eye on how AVs are developing to see if they’re improving safety or not.

Autonomous vehicles are more than just cars–they can be developed in all sorts of ways, used for a variety of purposes and serve many different purposes.

Conclusion

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there were more than 40,000 fatal car accidents in 2016. Autonomous vehicles have the potential to reduce that number dramatically. But we need to keep an eye on how these vehicles are developing so we can see if they’re improving safety or not.