In a move that has drawn praise from the likes of Tesla and Uber, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced Wednesday that the next-generation auto industry will include a fleet of self-driving cars by 2021.
This is significant because the industry has historically been reluctant to embrace autonomous vehicles.
A 2015 report by the National Academy of Sciences warned that “there is no compelling evidence to suggest that autonomous vehicle adoption will increase crashes, fatalities, or COVID-19 outbreaks.”
It’s important to note that this is the same National Academies report that found that the introduction of new cars would have no effect on crashes, but it is important to understand that automakers are now moving forward with a new vehicle.
They will be able to sell cars that are capable of driving themselves.
That means the cars will be cheaper, safer, and more reliable.
In the US, the average cost of a new car is currently around $30,000.
But the auto industry has been able to lower that cost to under $10,000 since they introduced their self-parking system.
There are many ways that automakers can lower their costs, and the biggest of those is the cost of software.
Currently, cars are made by three major automakers: General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler.
But it’s important that we remember that these are only three companies.
They don’t have the same number of people on their team that General Motors has, so that will lead to different manufacturing processes and costs.
The third automaker, General Electric, has already begun making its own autonomous cars.
But they will likely still be expensive.
The first GM autonomous car that was released was the Chevy Bolt, which is now sold by Tesla.
In contrast, Tesla has a car called the Model 3, which was released in November and is currently available for purchase for $37,500.
There will be many more cars in the future, and they will be more expensive to produce.
The National Highway Safety Administration also announced that it will begin investigating the use of autonomous vehicles on state highways.
It is likely that the federal government will start studying the use and safety of autonomous driving by 2021, as well.
The goal of this is to understand if there are any safety and economic benefits to using these technologies, and if the federal regulatory system is up to the task.