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It's reported that by 2020, cars will drive themselves ... can you imagine a motorcycle doing that? LOL

The world we live in today will be very different 10 or 20 years from now, with all the advances being made in technology and medicine... maybe by the time I am too old to enjoy them they will have an age reversing drug!!

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It's reported that by 2020, cars will drive themselves ...
What 2020? How about the day before yesterday.click it

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Goggle has one ready as well.


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Goggle has one ready as well.

Screw Google....Cadillac has production plans for cars that have hands off driving, using present off-the-shelf technologies.
I think we are seeing a revolution toward cars that don't crash. There are many who can benefit from that; mfrs can build lighter cars, lighter cars get better mpg, insurance would be cheaper (yeah right), fewer wrecks during rush hours improves traffic flow.

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Maybe I'm telling my age but weren't we supposed to be flying around in our own little space pods and shopping on the moon by now, government regulations will kill these projects


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Death of projects and free enterprise by government regulation is alive and well in Oregon. Hell, we make California look conservative.

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