But if you ran somebody over, it's a failure of the car too. A human will always be bad at driving, so a car driven by a human has a big flaw in it. That's why Google (and others) are trying to fix the car right now. It is
That doesn't negate your larger point, though. In fact, cars are a great example of a technology that even while being lethal so often, is benefiting everyone with its existence and even making up for the risks of driving, often by saving lives.