Дата публикации: 2017-11-16 06:55
The AG’s office encourages individuals who believe goods are being charged at an unfairly high price to first raise the issue directly with the business. If the matter isn’t resolved, a complaint can be filed directly with the office.
They discovered that when passengers unexpectedly had the brakes slammed, they pitched forward as much 8 inches despite wearing a seat belt in the front passenger seat. That’s a significant amount of movement while being restrained and has implications as an increasing number of vehicles employ emergency braking and other types of self-driving technology.
De Pater and Molter also suspect the bright clouds chilling near Neptune’s equator could be related to gases rising up and condensing out of a deeply-rooted dark vortex system. The clouds might also be an enormous convective system, similar to those seen on planets like Saturn.
The NWS Miami office warned mid-afternoon that a tornado had touched down near the airport in Fort Lauderdale, just north of Miami.
The Marco Island Emergency Operations Center warned citizens not to go outside as Irma’s eyewall approached, and recommended “vertical evacuation into second or higher floor if possible.”
Do you love that sensation of suddenly being hurled forward when you have to abruptly slam on the brakes? If you’re in a self-driving car, the effect’s apparently even more dramatic, researchers from the University of Michigan announced Thursday. People have a tendency to jolt forward as much as 8 inches when the vehicle abruptly slams on the brakes, according to the Detroit Free Press , and that amount of movement presents a number of implications for automakers developing automated technology like emergency braking.
“That convenience store was reported to us in a complaint—we’re tracking all complaints as they come in and following up with persons/businesses involved in price gouging and scams as quickly as we can, and in person if possible,” the spokesperson, Kayleigh Lovvorn, said.
Two things come to mind: humans have already proved to be terrible at taking the wheel of semi-autonomous cars when they require drivers to intervene and resume control. So I wonder if drivers would have enough time to respond to automatic seat belt-tightening or warning signals, and be more prepared before the self-driving car comes to a halt.