Will driverless cars cause havoc on Britain's roads? Telegraph readers share their views


How will driverless cars, tested on the reliable roads of California and Arizona, cope with the narrow lanes, roundabouts and left-sided driving of Britain? They will certainly have to adapt if they're to become the global phenomenon that companies including Uber have promised is on its way, wrote technology reporter Olivia Rudgard on Wednesday. Take, for example, the many minor UK roads that don't have white lines, which driverless cars rely on to know which lane they should be in and how to position themselves. She offered four other reasons why autonomous vehicles could cause havoc on roads this side of the pond, and asked Telegraph readers for their views on whether this innovation will be...

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