When it comes to self-driving cars, there are so many things to worry about including bad weather, inconsistent traffic signals and unpredictable human drivers! But, we're getting a better idea of how the vehicles may handle all the madness thanks to Drive.ai, the self-driving car startup that adds autonomous car-to-human communication through visual cues. They took one of their retrofitted self-driving cars through some ridiculous conditions and you can see how it did in the video below.
On the other hand, as self-driving cars become a reality, liability issues are a big talker. Companies like Uber, Tesla and Waymo are racing to release driverless cars to the public in the next five years, but there are still a ton of concerns about safety and liability. We talked with Marc Lamber, a national legal analyst and attorney for Fennemore Craig based in Phoenix, for more on this hot topic.