Updated: Nov 15, 2022
Well, folks, the futuristic dreams of riding in the backseat of a driverless rideshare vehicle is finally here. Say goodbye to smelly and creepy rideshare drivers hitting on you, asking you out, and blasting music in your year. Say goodbye to the days where you have to fear more for your safety of the driver doing something to you than actually getting into an accident. Sexual assaults and rideshare deaths and injuries have certainly turned many riders off from booking a vehicle, but now they won't have to worry, because Lyft will no longer have drivers in many of their rides. So, riders can feel safe knowing that their driver will no longer be texting and driving and hitting on them while they try to get a ride to their local bank.
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So, the real question here is, would you ride in one of these self driving cars? Do you trust technology enough that the car will get you to your destination safely? Or, perhaps we are too optimistic, and we aren't ready yet. Elon Musk, billionaires of the world, and atuonomous data analysts believe we are ready.
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The good news is, at least you won't have to see the ugly pink mustaches anymore!