From Google to Ford to Elon Musk, seems like everyone nowadays is working on a version of the self-driving car.
The autonomous vehicle, when it actually becomes a reality, is supposed to relieve traffic jams, takes the stress of the daily commute from the embattled driver, and make the road generally a safer, saner place.
According to Pulitzer Prize-winning auto critic Dan Neil, the self-driving car will also end the need for us to own a car.
Just how? Stay tuned for Larry’s conversation with Dan Neil.
Dan Neil, Pulitzer Prize-winning auto columnist at the Wall Street Journal and author of a piece titled, “Could Self-Driving Cars Spell the End of Ownership?”