Buffalo, New York- A major snow storm hit Buffalo, New York this past weekend, dropping over six feet of snow on the northeastern city. This is not unusual for local residents to experience. It is new for a local autonomous car, and anger was expressed by a the autonomous car about his neighbors not helping him get out from the six feet of snow.
The upset car was a brand new Fiat 500, and it's small size made it nearly unseeable in over six feet of snow. It was upset with its new neighbors that did not offer to help it get unblocked from the snow. Robot and Rider reached out to the neighbors but they declined to comment.
This has been a trend ever since autonomous cars have come onto our roads. The smaller ones have been getting bullied by the better equipped Sport Utility Autonomous Vehicles (SUAV) during snow storms.
In a final comment the autonomous Fiat car said, "Not only does it hurt have a bad reliability reputation with a Italian brand, but it hurts even more to be overlooked in times of need."