11 unexpected ways driverless cars will change Britain forever

John E Dunn
John E Dunn

John E Dunn

John is one of the cofounders of Techworld, having previously edited several technology titles including Network World, Network Week and LAN Magazine.

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Driverless cars will not be common for a decade or more but when their numbers grow they could quickly shunt today's steering wheels from the roads. Even today, their rise looks inexorable largely because they are far less likely to be involved in an accident as well as being cheaper and more reliable. But the changes they promise go far beyond the cars themselves. Cars brought huge social change in their wake; driverless cars will be no different.

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