Babies born today may never need to learn to drive, says Axa UK chief

The boss of an insurance giant has warned that the sector will soon be completely disrupted by self-driving cars, with those born this year likely to never need a driving lesson. Research is so fast-moving that self-driving vehicles could hit the roads within 15 years, Axa UK's chief executive Amanda Blanc has predicted, meaning "babies born today may never have to take a driving test."