Yes, we love progress and we love how things never stand still. Innovation is, by and large, a force for
As we inch (centimetre) our way closer towards driverless cars, US investigators have identified fundamental flaws in the software of
Driverless cars are going to revolutionise UK roads over the coming years, but a certain niche within the population could benefit the most.
You might not be able to buy a driverless car yet, but you can see them if you live in Milton Keynes, Coventry or Nuneaton. They are on the roads.
Regular readers of this blog will be aware of the race to get driverless cars on UK roads, but what if roads were not required at all? Enter the flying car.
I’ve talked a bit about driverless cars, mainly because I think it’s an important subject when you consider what will happen to car insurance as a result.
Driverless cars are just about ready to hit the market, and many experts are predicting this could save the UK population billions of pounds yearly.
The Government is keen to spend shedloads of cash on new driverless car technology – will it lead to cheap car insurance for Brits suffering from high rates?