Are driverless cars safer than actual drivers?

It’s common to see drivers on their phone, eating, talking or being distracted in some way, causing them to lose track of their surroundings. Others fall asleep behind the wheel or want to race another car at high speed. Autonomous cars, unlike real drivers, don’t do any of these things.

Uncertainty as text ban nears

When Assistant Chief of FIU Police Alphonse Ianniello was asked if he saw any texting while driving around campus, he said he personally did not.

However, students said they witness their peers texting and driving often.

“I see people texting and driving all the time on campus,” said Roberto Lopez, junior computer science major.