New car-sharing platforms could allow fleets to generate revenue during vehicle downtime and deliver driver efficiency.
Elaine Herzberg was struck by the Uber vehicle when crossing the road in Tempe, a city east of Phoenix.
City authorities around Europe are implementing different strategies to combat dirty vehicle exhausts. Jonathan Manning reports.
The company car is losing its status as the default means of transport for employees while MaaS gathers momentum. Jonathan Manning reports
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Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) is only standard on 7% of Ford, 14% of Vauxhall, 14% of Kia and 16% of Audi cars available in UK showrooms today.
The Government has commissioned a detailed review of driving laws to enable autonomous cars to be developed and tested in the UK.
Renault’s EZ-GO is the first in a series of concept vehicles that will outline its future development of autonomous shared electric vehicles.
Members of the public are being invited to test a fleet of driverless pods as part of a major research project.
Nissan will begin testing an autonomous taxi service in Japan in March.
The first use of fully connected and autonomous vehicles (CAV) on public roads is set to take place in Oxfordshire, the Government has announced.
Lightfoot and IAM RoadSmart have been awarded a £1 million grant to support the development of connected vehicles in the UK.
New A8 has self-driving capability, but laws require amendment to enable its use.
A new parliamentary group has been launched to increase awareness of the benefits and opportunities of electric and automated vehicles.
All new Mini models will feature built-in 4G connectivity from March 2018.
Transport for London (TfL) needs to predict and prepare for changes in technology, according to a new report published today.
An expected announcement in March on new legislation mandating the latest safety technologies has now been delayed until May.
Law firm Gowling WLG is calling for public and private sectors to be open to new ideas and ready to support new technologies when it comes to developing an infrastructure for autonomous vehicles.
A fleet of five Hyundai cars have become the first hydrogen fuel cell vehicles to achieve level four autonomous driving.
Safety technology designed to avoid crashes helped the Volvo XC60 win the What Car? Safety Award, while the diesel XC40 was named What Car? Car of the Year.
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