115 Blog Posts From the DRIVERLESS CARS Tag


Will Autonomous Cars Cause the Centralization of the Auto Industry?

Will Autonomous Cars Cause the Centralization of the Auto Industry?

From guest writer Tom Butcher Autonomous technology will utterly transform our relationship to cars and travel in the coming years. I think we can all agree on that. Driverless cars are on the way and are set for testing on public roads in the UK by 2021, China by 2025 and Russia by the end […]

What Do Young Drivers Think About Driverless Cars and Mobility as a Service?

What Do Young Drivers Think About Driverless Cars and Mobility as a Service?

Decades ago, we would only dream about cars that could drive themselves. Now, self-driving cars are the newest solution to a lesser pollution and the new experience of sitting in the driver’s place without the need to get involved. Personally, I believe that driverless cars and mobility as a service is a great thing, especially […]

US Bill Seeks to Protect Self-Driving Vehicle Manufacturers

US Bill Seeks to Protect Self-Driving Vehicle Manufacturers

From Gary Massey, a Chattanooga Personal Injury Attorney with the law firm of Massey & Associates, P.C.  A bill pending in the United States Senate would, among other things, allow manufacturers and operators of self-driving vehicles to require end-users to enter into binding, confidential arbitration in order to resolve matters, including personal injury disputes. The […]

Are We Really Ready for RoboCars?

Are We Really Ready for RoboCars?

By the end of the year, Waymo plans to release upon the world (in Arizona specifically) robotaxis that can be summoned with the press of a button. Are we ready to forgo our personal vehicle and step into a transportation pod that controls us in an intimate and even perhaps a provocative way? Probably not. […]

Connected Cars Need to First Get Connected

Connected Cars Need to First Get Connected

Connected cars will likely happen long before autonomous vehicles (AVs) are fully adopted. Not only will automakers need to master the nuances of V2X (vehicle-to-everything), the industry will also need to adopt standards that every automaker uses along with city and state governments. These standards not only will need to be robust but also protect […]