Are Self-Driving Cars The Future of Transportation?

December 15, 2018

How would you like to watch a movie, catch up on emails, or take a quick nap during your morning commute? If self-driving car technology continues to grow at its current rate, that scenario will soon become a reality.Not only are almost all major car makers investing in autonomous vehicles technology, but Forbes predicts there are more than 1700 startups determined to disrupt the car industry. An Autonomous vehicle is essentially any vehicle that can move from point to point without human conduction.

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L&M Transportation Services is a third-party, non asset-based logistics company headquartered in Raleigh, NC, with companion offices in Nogales, AZ, Jacksonville, FL, and Greenville, NC. LMTS handles dry, frozen and refrigerated truckload freight, with a specialization in fresh produce. LMTS manages produce loads from all growing areas and ports to all forty-eight contiguous states, Mexico, and Canada.

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