AA Presidents concerns over self-driving vehicles: The government announced yesterday that self-driving vehicles could be on the streets in the UK by the end of the year.

Nethertheless, The AA say it’s too much too soon

“I think our concern with this Automated Lane Keeping System is it appears to be a little rushed-in.” said ELN spoke to AA President Edmund King about the benefits and downsides of the new technology.

“We still think there are some questions. For example, what happens if there is a crash in front of the car? How does the car detect that collision? How will drivers be informed how to use the technology?

“This is a very important point because many people today buy sophisticated, top-of-the-range cars and they never look at the handbook, are never really instructed on many things like cruise control, speed adaptation etc.” He said

AA Presidents concerns over self-driving vehicles:

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