The Driverless Car Tipping Point Is Coming Soon

In other words, now you’re into the operation of an autonomous car for $2,300 per year, on average, or just about 25% of what you’d spend to operate a human-driver vehicle. Would 75% savings be a tipping point for the consumer?

I can’t wait for driverless cars and what they’re going to do to society and the concept of getting around in the city. Even in foreign cities:

For example, given a robot fleet of Manhattan taxis, The New York Times reported, the cost per trip-mile of your future ride could drop from $4 per to about 50 cents per trip-mile.