Autonomous cars are here and driver-operated automobiles are illegal. What does that mean? What does it really mean—how will it affect our day-to-day lives?

The New York Times took on that question last week with an extensive report from a team of experts who addressed different ways self-driving cars will affect our lives well past the physical act of driving:

  • Street signs.
  • Cities.
  • Windshields.
  • Commuting time.
  • Teenage and family life.
  • Car dealers.
  • Police enforcement.
  • Possibly leaving roads altogether.

Read the whole report here and let us know in the comments—are we ready for this?