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Drunk driver blames his GPS after he gets stuck on the railway line

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When fully autonomous cars with no pedals or steering wheel become the norm, could you still be caught for drunken driving?

 

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2 hours ago, worgeordie said:

That's the 2nd driver using the railway tracks in just a few days,

so interesting times ahead if when or ever they get the fast trains

in operation.I expect they will be fenced along both sides of the

track, but they will find a way to cross or even get onto the tracks.

regards Worgeordie

If you look at the photo again, the concrete structure to the right is carrying a railway line.  HSR will also be above grade and the lowing herd and away from incapable drivers like this one. .

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33 minutes ago, Vacuum said:

So he blindly followed the GPS anad didn't realized that he was driving on the railroad? He should stop drinking as he obviously can't handle alcohol.

I have a better idea for everyone, keep drinking and stop driving as he is obviously inept at that....

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22 minutes ago, ratcatcher said:

If you look at the photo again, the concrete structure to the right is carrying a railway line.  HSR will also be above grade and the lowing herd and away from incapable drivers like this one. .

So the high speed railway, to Nong Khai or wherever it's going to the

North of Bangkok,will all be elevated ?  or did they cancel that project.

regards Worgeordie

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