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  • I work at a cvs. We have had old people drive through the front of our store twice now. The first time a cashier became disabled. This would be so helpful to those people.

  • It will definitely be a boon for the disabled citizens living in remote places or needing a car to reach long distance destinations.

    For example and from what I’ve read, taking the plane or the train in a wheelchair can be a real, degrading nightmare. Using the car instead (where possible) will take longer, but should definitely vbe an upgrade in terms of comfort and dignity.

    People with vision issues should also welcome self-driving transportation.

  • Self-drive will very quickly lose its lustre. It will be bought chiefly by the elderly, those with poor vision and by companies seeking to displace labour. The urban taxis that it supports will be mobile trash tips.

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