Charlie Henderson, roads expert at PA Consulting Group, is quoted in Gwyn Topham's article in The Guardian following the Government's announcement in the Autumn budget speech that driverless cars will be allowed on UK roads by 2021.
Charlie says that such vehicles will not be a common sight for 10 years or more, and that time could be needed to address infrastructure. “Manufacturers are designing AVs on the assumption that roads are in good condition – with clear lane markings, unobscured signs and signals, and good quality surfaces. But we all know that’s not the reality.”
Read the full article on The Guardian's website here.
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