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Industry experts are talking about how the new ‘driverless tech’ will save human bodies. Maybe they should think about what it might do to the human soul. Because it isn’t necessarily pretty…
One of the obvious problems with computer-driven cars is that they can be hacked. Who would do such a thing? Consider the millions of suddenly unemployed truck drivers and cab drivers – just to name ONE group of people.
…And Inattentive Passengers
We’ve had it drilled into our heads since childhood: KEEP YOUR EYES ON THE ROAD. But if your car is driving itself, why should you? There’s so much else to do!
Let’s Take A Ride!
Put those factors together, and all sorts of possibilities arrive for our Friendly Neighborhood Hacker. Like sending people on an impromptu road trip!
Play Grand Theft Auto
For car thieves, driverless tech could initiate a new and wonderful world. No more having to go out and GET cars. Now cars can come to you!
What If You’re Psycho?
Gaming is already great for psychos. Driverless cars? That’s just taking the ‘V’ off ‘VR.’ What are the possibilities?
Wrecking Cars Together
One possibility is simply smashing cars into each other. What a hoot!
Or Big Pileups
With practice, the hacker can smash up 10..20…maybe even 50 cars together. Fun for the whole family! And remember – you can do this without anyone getting hurt. Just make the cars start up, leave their garages, and smash into each other somewhere out on the highway!
Off The Cliff
Play ‘Thelma and Louise’ with a friend! Now that’s ‘over the edge’ excitement.
For people driving old fashioned, ‘you do the driving’ cars, having most other vehicles on the road be driverless can be quite satisfying…
Outta My Way!
Since driverless cars are programmed to detect and avoid collision no matter what, you can be All The Madman You Wanna Be while watching all the other cars desperately swerve out of your way.