People may be banned from driving when self-driving car technology is complete

   People may be banned from driving when self-driving car technology is complete - the job of the "saints" of the car driving test is to wait forever
I   DTechEx predicts countries will ban drivers to limit accidents and hinder communication of self-driving vehicles with each other.
100% autonomous driving technology has lagged behind in the past few years, at least compared to the original plan. However, autonomous technologies are increasingly common in new vehicles. On current models, adaptive cruise control - considered the early stages of self-driving cars - is the default choice for many people when choosing to buy a car.
   With the current development, many people think that it is only a matter of time before all cars on the road are self-driving and communicating with each other. Market research firm IDTechEx believes the same.
   In a recent report titled "Autonomous Vehicles, Robotaxi and Sensors 2022-2042", IDTechEx offers a look at the future of self-driving technology. The company says autonomous vehicles are not as distracted as humans. They also believe that 5G connectivity will allow self-driving vehicles to receive more real-time information about their surroundings that is difficult for humans to process.

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   100% autonomous driving technology has lagged behind in the past few years, at least compared to the original plan. However, autonomous technologies are increasingly common in new vehicles. On current models, adaptive cruise control - considered the early stages of self-driving cars - is the default choice for many people when choosing to buy a car.
With the current development, many people think that it is only a matter of time before all cars on the road are self-driving and communicating with each other. Market research firm IDTechEx believes the same.
   In a recent report titled "Autonomous Vehicles, Robotaxi and Sensors 2022-2042", IDTechEx offers a look at the future of self-driving technology. The company says autonomous vehicles are not as distracted as humans. They also believe that 5G connectivity will allow self-driving vehicles to receive more real-time information about their surroundings that is difficult for humans to process.
   People may be banned from driving when self-driving technology is complete - the boss driving up to 5 times still has to wait - Photo 1.If the growth rate is maintained, the report shows that by 2046, self-driving cars could meet the travel demand equivalent to the entire US journey in one year, about 3,000 billion kilometers.
Then, by 2050, autonomous vehicles could theoretically meet the world's transportation needs. In the process, IDTechEx predicts that in many countries, human driving on public roads will be banned to avoid accidents and interfere with autonomous vehicle communication.
   However, IDTechEx is also concerned about a number of issues, of which the biggest obstacle may be regulatory authorities in many countries, not technology barriers. For example, IDTechEx cited the Tesla Model 3 and Model Y downgraded by the NHTSA as an example. Tesla removed the radar from these two models in May in an effort to improve the autonomous system (making the car less noisy), but NHTSA thinks the car will be safer with this system. NHTSA's comments go against Tesla's data and research.
   Either way, the coming years are sure to be exciting. The automotive industry as a whole is entering an era of electric and autonomous driving, rapidly leaving behind technologies of the past. What will happen to the older generation cars? Maybe they will also be banned from the streets, or limited to racetracks. Of course, this is just speculation.