13 thoughts on “Self-driving transport is coming to cities. Here’s how it works

  • April 29, 2017 at 2:32 pm
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    Watch how quick one of these self-driving vehicles gets vandalised with graffiti and possibly even greatly damaged by some asshole chav type of kids, or by a load of drunk hooligans. That's if the idea ever does get the green light. Just take a look at the large amount of rubbish like empty alcohol bottles and fast-food items that gets left about on public transport such as Southeastern trains throughout an average week, not to mention chairs being pulled out as well as random stuff in the carriages being lit with lighters and matches. It's a neat idea but the people of London don't deserve these sort of self-driving vehicles imo.

    If lazy people would like to travel about in speed and style, they'll use Uber, or use their own personal vehicles such as bicycles.

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  • April 29, 2017 at 2:32 pm
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    If people cannot see inside and there is no driver, what is to prevent a criminal from assaulting, robbing or killing you?

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