Is it the cars themselves that are killing machines, or is it the drivers/owners of the cars, and the culture the industry has created – which Americans are devoted to – contributing the most to deaths of so many people? 40,000 motor vehicle deaths last year, and more pedestrians and bicyclists than ever. “Here’s the thing: Statistics clearly don’t seem to persuade anyone of the magnitude of this problem. Not policy makers or automakers, technologists or drivers.”
Cars Are Death Machines.
Won’t Change That.
2 Replies to “NYTimes Opinion: Cars Are Death Machines”
One of the best articles on the topic I have read.
Thanks for commenting! Agreed.