Wonder if he was distracted (being in a rental car) and was not able to pay attention to his surroundings while using GPS. Not much detail in the story.
BEDFORD HILLS, N.Y. – A Global Positioning System can tell a driver a lot of things — but apparently not when a train is coming. A computer consultant driving a rental car drove onto train tracks Wednesday using the instructions his GPS unit gave him. A train was barreling toward him, but he escaped in time and no one was injured.
I am sure the designers believed that if millions of people in London and hundreds of thousands in New Orleans can handle a roundabout, these citizens of a town so small they don’t even bother to mention where it is would do fine.
…or just the Cadillac. I took this video in a rental after the empty soda bottle repeatedly popped into my lap. However, perhaps I don’t understand their users as well as Cadillac does. It could be you should never have an empty drink while driving a Caddy….