What technology makes a car “Self-Driving”?
What is Autopilot?
- It allows the car to drive itself anywhere, just pick a location
- It’s like an enhanced cruise control, and is able to stop, turn, and park itself
- It turns the wheel but you still have to use the pedals
What is the difference between Autopilot and a Self-Driving Car?
- There is none. They both have the same capabilities
- In autopilot, the car can do some things by itself. A Self-Driving car can drive anywhere without a driver
- Autopilot is a more advanced technology, and the car can do everything by itself
How Does a Self-Driving Car Work?
How many sensors and or cameras does a Tesla with Autopilot have?
- 4 sensors and/or cameras
- 10 sensors and/or cameras
- 12 sensors and/or cameras
- 20 sensors and/or cameras
What is the maximum distance any sensor on a Tesla can detect?
- 50 feet (a semi truck and trailer)
- 300 feet (1 football field)
- 600 feet (2 football fields)
- 820 feet (55.5 car lengths)
Are Self-Driving Cars Dangerous?
True or False? Humans have been the main source of accidents when self-driving cars are in autopilot mode.
Will Self-Driving Cars Affect the Way I Drive now?
How many Self Driving Cars will be on the road in the US by 2020?
If I get rear-ended by a self-driving car, who is at fault?
- The company that made the self-driving car’s engine
- The passenger(s) of the self-driving car
- The dealership that sold the self-driving car
- The company that developed the autonomous technology. Also, if it is in a state where a “safety driver” must be at the wheel at all times, they could also be at fault