Expert: V2V, V2I will see “substantial deployment” in 5 years

Autonomous-driving features and increased connectivity from vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communications will become a part of everyday driving in three to five years, while fully driverless vehicles should be expected within 10 years, said Peter Sweatman of the Michigan Transportation Research Institute. He added that insurance premiums and regulations will have to adapt to the changing infrastructure.