Will driverless company cars be on our roads in 4 years' time?

Will driverless company cars be on our roads in 4 years' time?

In last year's Autumn Budget the Chancellor announced his aim to have fully driverless cars on the roads by 2021, but is that realistic? And are fleet decision makers ready to have driverless cars amongst their company fleets?

Jonathan Nolan, General Manager at UK Carline, believes that the Government’s plans to have self-driving cars on our roads in little over three year’s time might surprise and alarm HR decision makers.

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