Cameron Glover
October 24, 2016 5:06 pm

Look out, road — self-driving buses exist!

As reported by Engadget, Singapore is trial-running two buses sans drivers to see how they fare on the road and with passengers. These will be full-size buses — 40 feet long — and they will be in service in the Jurong West region of Singapore.

If so, the trial ride would end up being 5 miles. Both buses will charge at bus stops with charging masts — similar to the electric cars and hybrids we are more used to seeing.

This isn’t the first time that self-driving buses are being tested on such a large (and public) scale. As recently as June, the Mercedes-Benz Future Bus took a 12-mile tour around Amsterdam. It seems that all over the globe, companies are itching to test out self-driving vehicles — personal cars included — despite consumer skepticism on the safety and market success of these products.

Are you all for the self-driving vehicle trend about to hit the market, or are you waiting for these vehicles to ride off of the road?

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