The dashcam footage shows his bronze Volvo heading towards another car - which has to swerve away
at the last minute.
It's systems also swerve away
from cliffs and steers the car back into its lane.
Should, for example, cars like one that killed Elaine Herzberg be programed to swerve away
from an adult pedestrian if it means running over a child .
Bertrand Russell, the great British philosopher and campaigner against nuclear weapons, reminded us that the game is usually played between what he called "youthful degenerates." The players drive cars toward each other at high speed from opposite directions; the first driver to swerve away
from a head-on collision or, in some variants, to jump from the driver's seat before it reaches a cliff edge is the "chicken." Russell believed this to be a description of the putative statesmanship of the nuclear powers in the Cold War.
To tackle a winger with space to swerve away
, you have to launch yourselves in a dive tackle, aiming as it were for a point beyond him and with both feet off the ground.
It's a game of chicken - each side needs to act as though it won't be the first to swerve away
from its course.
This has been the case since the beginning of the year and if the announcement tonight still fails to provide any clarity on the timings, or even raises suspicions that the Federal Reserve might swerve away
from their repeated commitment to begin raising interest rates later this year, the USD will be exposed to downside risks.
The goal: To make the load curve swerve away
from the supply line.
The hosts began the second half much like they did the first, Edson Bangali saw a free kick punched behind, whilst later seeing his shot swerve away
'Al Hajwalah' stunt Many indulge in the 'Al Hajwalah' stunt where you swerve away
from the oncoming vehicle at a speed sometimes reaching over 180 kilometres per hour "This is the most common and dangerous stunt performed on the tracks and the tracks and vehicles lack even the basic safety requirements," said a resident of Sohar.
This is time for Sudan to swerve away
The next step, they say, will be to program the planes to swerve away
from each other to avoid crashes.
In nearby Minstead Road, another patrol car had to swerve away
to avoid a head-on collision with the Honda.
Advocate depute Allan Nichol asked the constable: "There is no sign of brakes or the driver trying to swerve away
from the building?" Mr McLeod said: "No." Dad-of-three Frank, 23, was in the garden of his parents' home in Wishaw, Lanarkshire, in May last year when the Iveco lorry ran over him.
Marketers are doing well to swerve away
from the typical promotional materials.