Driverless cars aren't the only automated vehicles generating some serious buzz in the automotive world these days. Between a test convoy of self-driving trucks that traversed across Europe to the Port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands and the realization that these vehicles can double the output of traditional transportation networks at 25 percent of the cost, the question isn't if we'll see driverless long haul trucks in the future, but when these autonomous transports will make their debut on highways across the globe. For the full scoop on the economic and technological impact created by driverless trucks and the automation of millions of jobs, here's a link to the original post from TechCrunch's Ryan Petersen.

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