TOYOTA Future Safety Technology – 2012 North American International Auto Show [ 2012 NAIAS ]

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  1. Weighing lives like that has always been a tough moral dilemma. Often times, if a pedestrian walks out right in front of you, you don't get more than a split second to make your decision. I think most people would act instinctively in such a situation, furthermore I would hope that they would always try to safe the life of the pedestrian. You are talking about "Justice" but what does that have to do with anything? I will let the justice be up too the court.

    I did like the clip though. 🙂

  2. I am a P license driver …. not that really necessary except for the blind spot, yes i always got scared by the vehicles that suddenly approach me when i enter another lane.

  3. If the car stopps when someone walks over the street, then we can't choose to keep driving and everyone has to be nice! 🙂 Do you get it? I mean everyone could walk over the street and cars have to stop!

  4. I respectfully disagree. As the life of the pedestrian is on the line, a rear-end shunt would be preferable to hitting the pedestrian. You seem to imply that avoiding a rear-end shunt is more important than avoiding hitting the pedestrian. If you meant something else, please clarify 🙂


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