RED DRIVING SCHOOL CELEBRATES FIRST EVER DRIVERLESS CAR TEST PASS
RED Driving School, in partnership with San Francisco tech firm, Wishful Thinking, today announces the first ever driving test pass in a driverless car.
RED’s top driving Instructor, Justin Thyme confirmed that the 60 minute driving test took place at Palm Top Arizona and marks the start of a new generation of driver training for all.
Driving the new Tesla thin air, the Hull teenager Anne Uled, who scored zero faults on the test said: “It was brilliant, I just had to turn up and start the car. I played my favourite video game – Grand Theft Auto for the first 45 minutes before moving on to have a nap.
“When I get back to the UK all I need to do to switch to a full UK driving licence is take a 45 minute test in a ‘normal’ car and I intend to do this as soon as I can!”
Ian McIntosh, RED’s CEO commented: “We’re grateful to the US authorities for allowing the test to go ahead, I’m a good friend of Donald Trump who I believe was able to pull a few strings to make this happen.”