Self-driving electric cars could make car parks obsolete within the next 10 years and reduce air pollution to almost zero in Scotland's cities, an expert has predicted. Private companies can't be trusted on driverless cars, minister warns Ford to offer driverless commercial vehicles by 2021 Driverless car safety revolution could stall over moral dilemma Ministers pledge to put UK at heart of driverless car revolution Private companies can't be trusted on driverless cars, minister warns "Self-driving cars won't need parking spaces in cities - they're likely to be rented rather than owned and will just head off and carry out their next journey after dropping passengers off. Mr Tricker was speaking ahead of Scottish Renewables first low-carbon cities conference, which will be held in Edinburgh in February. "Scottish Renewables' first ever low-carbon cities conference explores the many opportunities for Scotland's cities to embrace the transition to a sustainable, clean, green economy, reducing energy costs and tackling fuel poverty, while attracting low-carbon investment and jobs, and building our industries of the future.
Dec-27-2016, 01:35:05 GMT