Ford announced on Wednesday that it intends to have a mass-market, fully autonomous car operating a ride-hailing service such as Uber by 2021.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Mark Smyth, Editor of Motor News Business Day.
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By 2025 who should have autonomous cars on many city roads.— Mark Smyth
From a road safety perspective; it’s a fantastic idea.— Mark Smyth
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