Most drivers annoy a certain type of passengerAugust 23, 2019
The American company Ford, with the support of sociologists, conducted a survey among drivers. He found that almost 70% of motorists believe that modern tracking systems for road conditions will help them get rid of a strong annoying factor – constant commenting on their driving habits by passengers.
“It’s better to change lanes in the next row”, “Caution, there is a truck!”, “Do not drive so close to it” – such comments have been heard at least once in my life by any motorist. According to Ford experts, this problem will soon come to an end: due to modern tracking systems for road conditions and navigation, passengers will begin to behave much quieter and calmer.
Everything is clear with the carmaker’s marketers – behind this forecast they hide unobtrusive advertising of their own complex of electronic assistants Co-Pilot360. However, judging by the survey, most drivers think so. Sociologist Dr. Jess Cabrino has confirmed that commentators in the car’s interior do more harm than really useful hints. Instead of annoying advisers, it’s easier for the driver to trust artificial intelligence.
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