Just a few years ago, this would not be the kind of question you’d expect to be asked. Yet increasingly, it’s becoming an option that is seen as one of the future drivers of the motor industry, especially by the good folk at Google.
Here’s a more recent example. An increasing number of vehicles are being fitted with an Advanced Emergency Braking System (AEB). This uses sensors to monitor your proximity to the vehicle ahead of you.
Learning to drive is something which almost everyone will attempt at some stage in their lives; and while many people opt to get the ball rolling as soon as they turn 17, it can still be a daunting prospect at any age.
For some it’s the fear of the unknown and the responsibility which comes with driving vehicles, for others it’s the fear of failure – especially if that person is a little older and feels the pressure of needing to hold a license.
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265 – 269 Kingston Road
London, SW19 3NW
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