NYC Council Member Garodnick Provides Logic to Ban Automobiles

But Garodnick said he is worried about the ability of law enforcement to hold car drone operators responsible for illegal or bad acts, especially in a crowded city like New York.
… But if a car drone crashes into people, the driver pilot may be nowhere to be found, Garodnick argued.
“There are a lot of very important uses for cars drones that exist, but until we have the ability to enforce the rules, we are not at a point to grant permission,” Garodnick said in an interview with USA TODAY.

Luddite, much?

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