What’s it all about?
The World Economic Forum conducted a global survey on how people feel about driverless cars, and found that 58% of respondents would take a ride in one. In October, Chancellor Philip Hammond announced £390 million of funding to boost the development of low-emission and autonomous vehicles. Britain is aiming to have driverless cars on the road by the end of the decade. Basically, the future is now. Sound the alarms.
Well this all sounds exciting…
We know! But just because cars that can tootle about without a driver are imminent, it doesn’t mean we all know exactly how they’re going to do it. We’ve rounded up some commonly held myths about driverless cars to help you get our heads around the concept. Think of this as your one-stop shop to dinner-table bragging rights next time someone in your family brings up anything to do with driverless cars. You’re welcome.