Scottish company working to put driverless cars back on track

Work to create a working section of track, which charges cars as they move at speeds of up to 120mph, is now under way, with the results to be revealed next June.
Ms Jones Carrick – who works from Prestwick Airport – said she was “thrilled” to have reached the point where public and government opinion was open to driverless technology…
 Drivers would access the track by typing in a destination code, with TEV computers then taking full control of the vehicle after checking it for full compatibility and safety.
She said: “Imagine heading up to the Highlands in your car and not having to drive. You could sit back and enjoy a coffee instead.”