A Barclays analyst, Brian Johnson, recently predicted that once autonomous vehicles are in widespread use, auto sales could fall as much as 40 percent as people rely on such services for transportation and choose not to own cars.
The driverless car is widely heralded as the transportation method of the future but many critics say there are more efficient and greener ways to navigate through our world.
Enter the riderless bike. The small Vancouver, B.C., startup RDRLESS, is banking on the idea that people will want bicycles that ride themselves in the near future.
“Although Google is also working on an autonomous bike, ours is more disruptive because it doesn’t require a rider at all,