Autonomous cars: Good news for tourists, but not for the industry


Transport experts say motorways between cities will one day fill at night with slow-moving AVs carrying sleeping occupants. Photo: Michael Dietrich/imageBROKER/dpa

The automated travel revolution seems almost inevitable at this point. For those working in the tourism industry, however, this is not necessarily a good thing.

The focus of most urban autonomous car concepts centres on how it will make commuting and the practicalities of everyday life simpler, speedier and safer.

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