You may have heard of Google’s self-driving cars. A driver is only required to assume control during tricky situations and a robot takes the wheel the rest of the way. It’s already legal in California, Florida and Nevada and has yet to crash.
However, perhaps because they don’t have a trendy company like Google behind them and the average person won’t use them, driverless trucks have been far less discussed. Yet, they’re not only real – they may take over the roads before the average person gets to nap while going 65 on a highway. Read more