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Expert says no steering wheels needed
Call for driving to be outlawed with the dawn of driverless cars
21 Apr 2016
By IAN PORTER
- When driverless cars are proven to save human lives by eliminating or reducing accident rates, it should be illegal for humans to drive, a fleet managers’ conference has heard this week.
- Professor Robert Sparrow told the Australasian Fleet Conference in Melbourne that at that point, cars should not be fitted with steering wheels.
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