We’ve seen bits and bobs from self driving giants such as Tesla, Google, Apple, and Samsung, but when will these cars actually arrive?
Self driving cars are almost here. The iCar is on the way and Apple are in the hunt. Even Samsung have a shot at becoming Number 1.
Everybody likes a nice drive in the countryside. Some people even move to the countryside…all in the name of cheap car insurance.
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.
Just like I mentioned a few months ago, technology giant Apple are set to enter the self driving market which means the “iCar” could soon be here.
We all know that a comparison website is the best place to get cheap car insurance quotes, but is it the only place? Apparently not.
The self driving revolution is nearly here, but many people in the UK don’t like the idea of buying a Google…or Apple…or Uber. Instead, they want a Ford.
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.
The biggest change in the car insurance market is going to come when driverless cars hit the market, and that is why the government are one step ahead.