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Where autopilot FAILS: What driver's aids could do better

Technologies such as adaptive cruise control, lane centering and automatic emergency braking can save lives, but only if the driver is paying attention.

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  • NIAtoolkit
    December 10, 2020

    Nice shirt

  • Kiss Kiss
    December 10, 2020

    Great Video. Too many people are becoming LAZY!!!!

  • Michel DJ xAhm
    December 10, 2020

    Fantastic 😍💋 💝💖♥️❤️

  • Zero2 Q50
    December 10, 2020

    Most people turn off the aids because they panic in city style driving

  • Joey Merlo
    December 10, 2020

    Am I in the minority by thinking 💭 Driver monitor systems is a slippery slope leading to major privacy intrusion.
    (But sadly we’re probably already there…
    —Tesla in car camera monitoring system
    — Cadillac supercruise
    — Ford F150 2021
    What happens when the hackers hack into the camera systems inside of the cars?)

    Please comment, I’m curious on everyone’s thoughts.

  • Mopar Charger1969
    December 10, 2020

    UGH… Re: Headlights. It's far worse in the US than what the video briefly mentioned. Far too many people drive at night with their high beams on, blinding other drivers. Far too many people have improperly aimed headlights, blinding other drivers. Far too many people buy cheap, aftermarket LED bulbs with awful light patterns that cause glare, thus blinding other drivers.

    Automatic high beams should be a requirement in cars just for the simple fact that people are too stupid to turn off their high beams around other traffic. Self leveling/aiming headlights, as mentioned in this video, would help with the improper aiming.

    Hopefully, the recent ruling against aftermarket, non OEM style headlight bulbs will reduce the number of cheap headlights that cause glare. Unfortunately, a quick check of Amazon shows no change in the amount of illegal aftermarket LED headlight bulbs for sale. It seems the change only affects reputable companies that were making the expensive LED headlight bulbs that actually didn't cause glare. The cheap ones that cause all the glare from improperly placed LEDs are still for sale with no disclaimer that they are actually illegal in the US.

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  • ٰ ٰ
    December 10, 2020

    What if your car's computer gives you your tickets

  • Myron V
    December 10, 2020

    I can attest to that. Iv been driving for nearly 30 years with no collision. Just last week driving a tesla model 3 i had a minor rear end collision when a small truck pulled out of nearly stopped traffic infront of me while I was almost at the speed limit of 70kmh. I was driving not autopilot. With very little time to react i hit the brakes and had he not then stopped with no one in front of him we wouldn't have collided. The car did nothing to help prevent the collision. No warning and no emergency braking. I know in my mind I felt more comfortable in a tesla thinking it would react faster then I could so I probably took a higher risk then I normally would have. I never drive distracted but I do feel I gave too much confidence to the car rather then myself. Lessons learned for me. I will go back to driving the way I have in the past and not have so much confidence in the tech which in this case should have been some of the best to prevent a collision.

  • Joshua Syrtash
    December 10, 2020

    you still need to drive the car, the assist is still an assist, good video

  • Andrew
    December 10, 2020

    People need to understand this.

  • Vanquish Media
    December 10, 2020

    And here I am still driving my "dumb" car just fine with no accidents.

  • Kole Webb
    December 10, 2020

    Will America ever legalize Matrix headlights?

  • Craig Merkey
    December 10, 2020

    What I see now when I drive about 1x a week… is cars all bunched up together most likely with adaptive cruse engaged… I am not comfortable in a parade following the lead car which most likely going slower then the speed limit. I thought I was going to like my adaptive cruse more…

  • carboncitizens
    December 10, 2020

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  • R L
    December 10, 2020

    What are the statistics on this? Have this tech been shown to decreass crash rates or reduce the harm in accidents?

    Have insurance companies reduced the rates on vehicles with these features? If anyone would know it's those folks.

  • zero11010
    December 10, 2020

    I don’t think we should pretend that there is a huge difference between holding your phone to your head vs talking through Bluetooth vs talking to a passenger. Study after study shows that it’s the conversation that is distracting. It being with someone in the car or on Bluetooth doesn’t really matter.

    And, if you can’t reasonably drive with one hand you shouldn’t have a license. Almost no cars are manual transmission anymore and people who actually only have one arm can drive just fine.

    I get it, some people need all the help they can get. Maybe the real issue is that it’s too easy to get a driver’s license and people who aren’t good at it are not forced to grow their skillset before being allowed to drive on public roads by themselves. That doesn’t feel like a good reason to limit everyone else.

    Demand better driver capacity.

    Maybe make everyone ride a motorcycle for the first 5 years they’re on the road. That would weed some people out.

  • Dan W
    December 11, 2020

    Huh… Imagine that. Drivers should actually be actively involved in driving. Then what’s the point of all the tech? Makes cars more expensive and out of reach for more people.

  • usaverageguy
    December 11, 2020

    Head lights should turn on any time the engine is running and the sun has set. With daytime running lights and digital dash displays always on. There are too many cars going down the highway at night with no lights on the back, and just daytime running lights on the front.

  • shreyank goyal
    December 12, 2020

    I would say amaricans are not as good drivers

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