But Garodnick said he is worried about the ability of law enforcement to hold car
droneoperators responsible for illegal or bad acts, especially in a crowded city like New York.
… But if a car
dronecrashes into people, the driver pilotmay be nowhere to be found, Garodnick argued.
“There are a lot of very important uses for cars
dronesthat 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.