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Driverless cars – what you need to know

Motoring Research Logo By SeanCarson of Motoring Research | Slide 1 of 25: We’re solidly into 2015 now, which means that this year, self-driving cars will begin testing on UK roads. Yes, Bristol, Coventry, Milton Keynes and Greenwich will host trials of autonomous cars, and with Audi’s driverless A7 Sportback recently completing an unmanned 560-mile journey between California and Las Vegas for the tech-filled Consumer Electronics Show, manufacturers are proving the technology is ready and waiting.This year self-driving cars will begin testing on UK roads. Yes, Bristol, Coventry, Milton Keynes and Greenwich will host trials of autonomous cars, and with Audi’s driverless A7 Sportback recently completing an unmanned 560-mile journey between California and Las Vegas for the tech-filled 2015 Consumer Electronics Show, manufacturers are proving the technology is ready and waiting.So, could we see self-driving cars on our roads in the next couple of years? It’s a very real possibility, which means drivers (well, actually, they might just be passengers) should gen up on everything there is to know about autonomous cars. Here’s the lowdown.

What you need to know about self-driving cars

Self-driving cars begin testing on UK roads with trials taking place in Bristol, Coventry, Milton Keynes and Greenwich. Audi’s driverless A7 Sportback recently completed an unmanned 560-mile journey between California and Las Vegas for the tech-filled 2015 Consumer Electronics Show, proving that the technology is ready and waiting. So, could we see self-driving cars on our roads in the next couple of years? It’s a very real possibility, which means drivers (well, actually, they might just be passengers) should learn everything there is to know about autonomous cars. Here’s the lowdown.
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