An eraser on the other end of the Apple Pencil, or a button on the side that switches it to "erase" mode while pressed. Because I make mistakes, and even the Apple Mouse has always included a single button (real or simulated).
I would "reasonably" expect children to be present in a school zone an hour before school starts and maybe a couple of hours after school ended.
I wouldn't consider it reasonable to expect children to be present while school was in session -- I mean, they're inside being taught, right?
Exactly my complaint with these zones.
If a playground area is directly adjacent to a road, then there is an argument for enforcing the lower limit through the whole school day on that road.
Otherwise the limit should only be in place during the start and end of the school day.
Perhaps they should have confirmed the vehicle had pedestrian collision detection ability before testing it on themselves?
Perfectly appropriate response. The VW story isn't exactly an obscure bit of news.
The interval between the Wright Flyer and Apollo 11 was 66 years.
Another 66 years after that will be 2035.
"What people have been reduced to are mere 3-D representations of their own data." -- Arthur Miller