by Joe Bissonnette (October 2016)
Cars, single family suburban homes and churches are the physical expressions of much of what is great about America. more>>>
BUT: driverless cars could be a tremendous boon for persons who because of assorted disabilities - e.g. epilepsy, or severe diabetes, or visual problems (often connected with old age) - are not able to drive or once were able to drive but now cannot do so any longer, and cannot afford to regularly hire taxis nor keep a chauffeur, and may not necessarily have friends or family members who can drop everything to drive them here and there, such as for just popping down to the shops. And who may not have access to good public transport (especially by night), or who -due to physical disability - cannot readily access public transport.