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Autonomous Trucks: A Disruptive Positive Force Coming but Fast

Blog commentary by Jack Roberts, Senior Editor

The Olli is a fully autonmous, fast-transit, 12-passenger bus under development by Local Motors and an example of the new types of transportation cited in a new report from the U.S. Energy Information Association. Photo: Autoblog

April 19, 2017

It appears autonomous technology will be a winner from the mpg standpoint, according to a new report, with fuel economy increases of up to 18% for most commercial vehicles by 2050.

Tags: U.S. Department of Energy, Autonomous Vehicles, Future Trucks, Freight Efficiency, Insurance, Traffic Congestion

Author: Jack Roberts | Posted @ Wednesday, April 19, 2017 3:13 PM | » Comments(0)

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