It's fun to imagine a future full of driverless cars, where your morning commute could be spent reading a book instead of fighting traffic. But the benefits to autonomous vehicles go far beyond personal comfort. Experts say they'll make big changes to road safety and city designs, to name just two. And now, research from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has added another benefit: they could slash greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles by as much as 90 percent.
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Written by Curiosity Staff February 23, 2017
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