55% of small enterprises think their fleets will be fully autonomous within 20 years, with 38% expecting it to happen in half that time, according to new research by the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi light
With London now the sixth most gridlocked city in the world, could part of the answer be smaller, three-wheeled, maybe yellow, electric cars?
Any talk of three-wheelers and we immediately think of
A new report by KPMG shows the UK has dropped two places, to seventh, in its Autonomous Vehicles Readiness Index.
While this could be interpreted as a blow to the UK government’s commitment to be
Today’s two new statements from the London Assembly – one on the cost of congestion and the other on changes to the licensing guidelines for taxis and minicabs – have highlighted major transport
The motor industry is notoriously fond of an acronym and here’s a new one which might just catch on: CASE.
In this case, C stands for connected, A for autonomous and E for electric, but there’s
Presenters from Absolute Radio – Andy Bush, Richie Firth, Dave Berry and Matt Dyson – lined-up for The Great British Sinclair C5 Seafront Race in Margate on Tuesday 5 February.
The Isle of Thanet
Recycling company First Mile has released this striking image of how London’s Oxford Street could look if we fail to tackle air pollution.
Two technologies being championed to avoid such a dystopian
Self-driving tech company, Pronto.ai, has posted a timelapse video of what is believed to be the longest journey yet for a driverless car, set to poetry by Charles Bukowski.
The vehicle in question,