For the eighth year in a row, Valentine's Day traffic levels have peaked again. This is no ordinary fluke, it is the cause of autonomous cars cheating on their spouses. Honking battles and car crashes have broke out worldwide on this Valentine's Day after autonomous cars received news that their spouse was cheating on them.
A local Washington, DC resident said that his autonomous vehicle wouldn't budge on I-395N after it had found out that it's Volvo spouse was cheating on it with a Ford. The local resident said "I can't blame my car for being upset with his spouse." He was almost in tears, "My wife cheated on me twenty years ago, and it's bringing back all the pain."
Automotive companies don't know what to do. They are shocked and stunned by the trend of cheating autonomous cars. Robot and Rider reached out to Volvo for a comment, "We [Volvo] are putting out such beautiful cars, who can blame the autonomous cars for wanting to cheat?"