Buckle up: 94 per cent of cities are unprepared for driverless cars

The motoring industry has long bragged that the cars of the near future will be driverless, but it seems someone forgot to mention it to the world's cities.

For autonomous driving to become a reality, there's an enormous amount of infrastructure (and legislation) that needs to be in place beforehand, but a new study's revealed that 94 per cent of the world's cities are failing to prepare.

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