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AUTO Enthusiast Weekly Vol1 Issue 19

Everything that you ever wanted to know about the inner workings of antique cars, trucks, bikes, engines, tractors, and more is included in this expansive tome of knowledge. Originally printed in 1926 by the American Technical Society, this vast wealth of knowledge for classic car lovers was digitally restored and enhanced by writer-historian Mark Bussler and the CGR Publishing Restoration Workshop for a new generation of automobile enthusiasts.

AUTO Enthusiast Weekly Vol1 Issue 19

People is a weekly magazine of celebrity and human-interest stories. People is perhaps best known for its yearly special issues naming the "World's Most Beautiful", "Best & Worst Dressed", and "Sexiest Man Alive". The magazine runs a roughly 50/50 mix of celebrity and human-interest articles.

One of the early studies that investigate the SA issue is the study by Endsley and Kiris. Results of this study showed that increasing the level of automation reduces the SA level from 98% (in manual driven vehicles) to almost 75% (in fully AVs) [191].

Affordability is a major concern facing the introduction of AVs. For example, according to the National Automobile Dealers Association, Americans spend an average of 30,000 $ for buying a new car. However, the cost of an AV is almost 322,000 $ because of the Velodyne LIDAR system, visual and radar sensors, and the cost of the driving computer and software [212, 213]. Autonomous taxis can circumvent this cost issue. In 2019, Nunes and Hernandez studied the cost competitiveness of autonomous taxis when compared to conventional vehicles. The study went through four main phases: first, estimated the cost of owning an older vehicle; second, use the public data to estimate the operating costs of taxis; third, adjust expenses to include the new technology; finally, econometric testing. Results indicate that autonomous taxis can cost customers up to three times more than conventional vehicles [213].

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