Driverless lorries expected to feature in next Budget

In his Budget speech later this month, Chancellor George Osborne is expected to announce trials for driverless lorries, which would take place on the Cumbrian stretch of the M6 motorway.

Recent news articles have suggested that groups of up to 10 lorries could be driven by computers, just metres apart, to improve congestion and lorry delivery times.

The AA, however, has argued that while a scheme such as this may work abroad it is unlikely succeed in the UK.

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