RCA brings rural mobility to the RAC

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Teams of RCA intelligent mobility students tackle the needs of those in remote villages

Pretty much every concept we see that focuses on ‘future mobility’ is conceived within the realms of moving around a city. But, despite the continued growth of said cities around the world, rural areas and the people living in them will also still exist, and they will have the same need to get about as anyone else. What’s more, in the UK at least, the transport infrastructure in countryside areas outside of a town or city has a notorious habit of being rather pathetic. So, what does all this self-driving shared-ride electric futurism mean for them?

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