First public tests for driverless cars in Britain hailed a success

First public tests for driverless cars in Britain hailed a success
 

Driverless cars have been wheeled out for their first public trial in the UK in a “ground-breaking moment”.
Passengers experienced the premiere trip of the autonomous electric vehicles on the pavements of Milton Keynes.
It is hoped Tuesday morning’s tests will clear the way for cars that operate without human control to make their way on to UK roads.
Business Secretary Greg Clark said: “Today’s first public trials of driverless vehicles in our towns is a ground-breaking moment and further evidence that Britain is at the forefront of innovation.
“The global market for autonomous vehicles... read more

 
11 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 30
Source: Wigan Today
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