While self-driving cars programmed to follow the rules of the road may be safer in theory, Georgia residents may be interested to know that they have twice the accident rate of human drivers. Most of the accidents occur at low speeds and don’t involve serious damage or injury to humans. They are often the result of other motorists who are not used to robotic cars that drive more cautiously than an average person.
No brain injury is the same because the different impacts and forces that may be involved. Georgia patients who are dealing with brain injuries may want to learn more so that they can prepare for treatment.