Originally Posted by Goody4
So, it's just a carnival? "You pays your money, you takes your chances."? Hardly. Somewhere, somehow, this new car technology will be challenged in court for not doing what it was advertised to do, "lawyer screen" or not.
I feel for the guy because his car got damaged, but you have to be aware if the system isn't working. I realize people think it should work 100% of the time, you can't completely depend on it. It's suppose to assist the driver. It's a convenience.
Now if your steering wheel falls off your car when parallel parking, that is another matter. That, supposedly, is guaranteed not to happen. You'd have recourse then.