Computer technology would allow these cars to " platoon," or travel almost bumper-to-bumper at the same speed, reducing the current car lengths required for safety and the amount of road space needed.Cars traveling this way could make nervous wrecks out of insurers and motorists -- until they are used to it. But it's also the road to the future.
Auto insurers prepare for self-driving cars and frayed nerves
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