Phát âm chuẩn – Anh ngữ đặc biệt: Self-Driving Cars Hitting the Road (VOA)

Published on 03/02/2016

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Automobile technology is expected to change in important ways in the next ten years. One of the biggest changes could be that cars will drive themselves. Someday, you may tell a car where you want to go and it will drive you. Andrew Poliak of automotive technology supplier QNX says the technology exists now. He expects self-driving cars to be common by 2025. The American Technology company Google has been working on a self-driving automobile for years. These cars are being tested on the roads in the United States, mainly in California. Google cars are truly self-driving. These cars have no steering wheels or pedals. Recently, police ordered one of Google’s cars to stop for driving too slowly on a public road. The car was not violating any law, so no one was punished. But police did speak with the operators of the vehicle. According to Google, its self-driving cars have been driven nearly 2 million kilometers. That is equal to the distance the average person drives in 90 years. So far, no Google self-driving car has gotten a traffic ticket. Some of them have been in accidents when other cars hit them. According to the Auto Insurance Center, 81 percent of car crashes result from human error. Many lives could be saved if cars drove more safely without human drivers. They also say the full development of self-driving cars raises a lot of questions and concerns for motorists. And it is unclear if motorists will fully accept the technology.

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