Driverless Cars Could Save $300 Billion A Year In US

Driverless Cars Could Save $300 Billion A Year In US

Home / News | posted on 19 01 2017

If saving countless lives isn't a good enough reason to justify the adoption of autonomous vehicles, then the bottom line is that they could save over $300 billion a year in the US alone.

The study has been undertaken to illustrate to those that hold the purse strings how investment in this field could pay dividends. The figures reflect the loss in GDP caused by car crashes. Elsewhere, the study revealed that Japan stood to benefit by around $48 billion, the UK and Australia by around $25 billion, and Iran and Mexico by more than $22 billion.

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