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How Will You Spend Time If Your Car Does The Driving?

Posted on November 23, 2015


Self-driving vehicles may mean more time for. . . yourself.

Volvo research has shown that most people will use autonomous drive on their way to work, during the boring parts of the commute like stop-and-go traffic on the highway.

It’s unlikely that you will have anyone else in the car, just like today, so there’s no need to spin the seat around to face your passengers — which is fine, because the company says most people really don’t want to ride backwards anyway.

TheVerge.com article here

Related Topics: autonomous vehicles, commuter technology, driverless cars, Los Angeles Auto Show, mobile technology, self-driving vehicles, Volvo

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