Survey: U.K. officials are not ready for autonomous vehicles

U.K. Parliament members are not fully grasping the relevance of autonomous vehicles and their potential impact on public road legislation, according to a survey from the Institute of the Motor Industry. “This technology is not going away. Even if we don’t see fully autonomous vehicles on sale in the next five years, the advancement in technology will have a huge impact on normal vehicles. MPs are in danger of falling asleep at the wheel and need to start paying closer attention to the implications of these changes,” IMI chief Steve Nash said.