It's really easy. Either you are responsible enough to handle it or you are not. If you are not, do not use it. If you are not and use it anyway, you're at fault by default. If you are and use it, you're still at fault. There's no reasonable scenario here where it can be the car's fault unless it actively does something to put you into more danger than you otherwise would have been. Failing to react to peril is not sufficient basis for blame when we're talking about driver assist.
Well what if the government wanted to eventually make you use such a system? (hypothetically in the future say 15-20 years away)
Surely you must be able to understand my point about people not reacting quickly if the car is steering, accelerating, braking, changing lanes etc etc, it will undoubtedly create driver passenger laziness and bad reaction times.
The whole point of these systems eventually is that you can relax and of course the main reason is to get to your destination in safety
If the system can't get you there safely without you having to be ready to take over at any moment due to it failing, then it is completely useless. (in my opinion of course)
Edited by Waitng4realGPU - 7/3/16 at 8:21am