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What we all need to know about autonomous vehicles

Self-driving cars are the future. In fact, there are many self-driving cars already in the testing phase. The race to be the company to accomplish the feat of releasing the first self-driving car is in full swing, with several major players working hard to be the leader in this field. For some, the technology behind this concept is exciting, but for many, it causes grave concerns and raises important questions. 

Drowsy driving could have fatal implications

Almost every driver would admit to getting behind the wheel of a vehicle while a sleepy from time to time. However, there are times when a person is more than just a little tired, and getting behind the wheel is a little dangerous. Drowsy driving is risky, and while it may seem rather benign, it can have fatal implications for every person on Florida roads.

Distraction continues to threaten the safety of all motorists

Florida readers know that distraction is one the leading issues posing a threat to driver safety. When a person is driving distracted, he or she is a threat to everyone else on the road, and even a moment of inattentiveness could lead to devastating consequences. Texting and driving and other phone-related activities continue to be some of the most common sources of distraction.

Dealing with the growing problem of drugged driving

Marijuana use is widespread, even in states where medical marijuana use is not legal, and cannabis isn't decriminalized. Even with a prescription, using drugs before getting behind the wheel is illegal and very dangerous, just as drunk driving is dangerous. It can be difficult for law enforcement to determine how stoned a suspected drugged driver is, but that could change. 

Some trucks may escape inspection and cause accidents

Traveling the highways and interstates that crisscross the country provides you some semblance of safety against poorly maintained trucks since they must stop at weigh stations periodically for inspections. Not all of the commercial trucks you encounter in your travels go through these inspections, however.

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