The UK has set itself on the road to becoming one of the world leaders in driverless car technology, with the UK government announcing plans to allow autonomous vehicles on public roads by 2015. IBTimes UK met with Science Minister Greg Clark and Business Secretary Vince Cable at the Mira test track this week to learn more about this rapidly evolving technology and ask whether people actually want them.
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