Picture this: It’s August 12, 2035. The time is 7:20 a.m. on Interstate 5 in Los Angeles. Thousands of cars sit in bumper-to-bumper traffic, just like any other day. Most of those cars are autonomous, self-driving, high-tech designs. Commuters are drinking simulated coffee beverages and working on their mobile devices, paying no attention to the road or traffic as their self-driving vehicles creep flawlessly toward their pre-programmed destinations.
Many of these futuristic vehicles are Uber driverless cars; just make a phone call and a car shows up at your door and drops you off at your destination. Why would you own a car when you can Uber for a small fraction of the car payment you opted against? And since it’s driverless, Ubers are a very cheap ride.
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