If defective technology caused the accident, the user has to follow this legally with the manufacturer. In addition, at present drivers are expected to maintain awareness and supervision of their car, even if they are not in control of driving because semi-autonomous features are engaged. In majority of ford cars the energy or the power will be consumed less and it hence it is useful. Even the most fuel conscious the human drivers could not match the fuel efficiency of ford cars communicating instantaneously and also continuously within a connected and controlled infrastructure.
Styling has become more mature outside, it becomes more contemporary now. The spare wheel earlier mounted on the tail-gate now moves under the body. No recurrent traffic congestion would be a thing of the past; stop signs and intersection queuing could also fade away. Vehicles could also be significantly lighter and more energy efficient than their human operated counterparts as they no longer need all the heavy safety features. Increasing autonomy of cars provoke hypothetical considerations of who should be responsible in the event of a crash caused by the car itself. Universal interface standards might be needed in order to make this more feasible, and there may be a movement towards the governmental licensing of vehicle technologies. In regard to both the licensing and manufacturing standards, consideration is likely to be needed regarding driving or transporting cars across international borders, and international agreements may be needed.