Having a car, or for that matter any vehicle needs fair enough maintenance and servicing to keep it in workable condition.
There has been a surge of interest in recent years about the development of driverless trucks and cars. The value of such vehicles is particularly apparent for some functions, such as mining in Western Australia’s desert, where very high temperatures combined with living in an area around 600miles from the nearest habitation, make it difficult to attract suitable workers. The enormous robot trucks being used to extract valuable iron ore are controlled by computers, which can be monitored remotely by a small number of personnel.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) gauges that there are 34 900 genuine wounds, including 85 lethal mischance every year in the Unites States including forklifts.