Driverless cars are now allowed on public roads in the UK and in early February three trials of the technology were launched by parliamentary under-secretary of state for transport Claire Perry and business secretary Vince Cable.
On the insurance side, RSA is working on the project in Greenwich, while Axa is taking part in the trials in Milton Keynes and Bristol.
The technology is evolving rapidly and autonomous cars have already been tested in America, but one important question remains unansw
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