Driverless cars will soon be allowed on the motorways of Britain next year i n a trial set to revolutionise motoring by 2020, George Osborne has announced. Test drives will start on a few local roads within months before aviators on motorways to evaluate security are completed in 2016.
The vehicles could cause the most “essential” change to transportation because the creation of the petrol engine, as stated by the Chancellor.Mr Osborne said the move, which is set out in next week’s Budget, could increase the market and place the nation in the vanguard of the newest technology.
He said: “At a time of great doubt in the global market, Britain must take bold decisions now to ensure it leads the world in regards to new technologies and infrastructure. That is what my Budget next week will seek to do.”Driverless cars could signify the most fundamental change to transportation because the creation of the internal combustion engine. We must make sure security, which is what the trials we’re introducing will examine.