Remote controlled parking is now legal

Remote-controlled-parking

The government recently announced a law change allowing motorists to further utilise the rapidly evolving landscape of motor technology. Specifically, the new laws mean that drivers can use remote controlled parking and other advanced assistance systems (ADAS) on the roads from June.

The news comes as the government is doing a lot to position the UK as an attractive proposition to companies testing autonomous car technologies and other advanced systems. The law will let cars (fitted with the correct technology and software) complete parallel and end-on parking at the touch of a button, while the driver looks on from outside the vehicle.

To read the full article from Allianz with commentary from SMMT Cheif executive Mike Hawes, click the link below...

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