1 in 3 drivers would only trust autonomous car if they could take over controls

35% like driving and don’t want a driverless car Older drivers most against driverless cars UK drivers are not ready to embrace driverless technology yet, according to a survey. The Opinium survey of 2,000 UK drivers, commissioned by InsuretheGap, a provider of GAP (Guaranteed Asset Protection) insurance, finds that only 6% would feel safe travelling…

Britain moves closer to self-driving cars with Highway Code changes

Government sets out changes to Highway Code to ensure self-driving vehicles are introduced safely  Changes clarify drivers’ responsibilities in self-driving vehicles, including when a driver must be ready to take back control Future technology could improve and level up transport, easing congestion, cutting emissions, and reducing collisions Drivers will be able to experience the full…

ServCity aims to make autonomous driving a reality

The UK’s newest autonomous mobility service research project ServCity has launched to help cities solve how they can harness the latest autonomous vehicle technologies and successfully incorporate them into a complex urban environment. Jointly funded by the government and industry,  the government’s £100m Intelligent Mobility fund is administered by the Centre for Connected and Autonomous…