Computers and Cars

By: Jesse Miller

I remember the first time my dad taught me how to drive. We wore in an old car with lousy steering and no breaks, out cruising on the country side. To me, it felt like a rocket ship and I was trying to get all the controls right.

These days, cars have started to be equipped with sophisticated computers and assisted break systems, all the better to help you avoid any accident. Cars have become more computers driven than man driven. It seems a little wrong to me, but the fact that we live in an age where computers rule everything doesn't surprise me. I rather enjoyed the day where I had to park my car without some computer to tell me how far is the car from me or if here is anything in my proximity. It used to be fun to drive out in the open road until computers jumped in to limit your speed. Nowadays, you can't even go over the speed limit without having the car stop you. If this wore a perfect world, even with computer assistance people shouldn't get injured or there shouldn't be any car accidents.

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On board computers, can sometimes be a really annoying and they can distract you from driving with their continuous tips. It's like driving with a driving instructor and you're giving your drivers license exam. Frustrating as it is, computers can do more good than bad on some occasions such as giving you a head up when you come to close to the car in front or you wonder away from your lane. The best part about computers is that you can be tired beyond limits and your car will still get you home. Along with the new generation of cars, more improved onboard assistance has been developed. Who knows what the future will bring us.

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