Dear Reader,

If you’re like me, you hate dealing with insurance companies.

The paperwork…the delays…the denials.

Even though you promptly pay your (increasingly high) premiums each and every month…there’s no guarantee the insurance will be there for you when you need it most.

Like too many Americans, the situation you face will be one where you fight tooth-and-nail to pry away the money you desperately need.

But there is some very good news:

Thanks to one special technology, the deck is about to be massively reshuffled in your favor.

And it has companies like Allstate, Geico and State Farm quaking with fear.

Not only does it threaten to slash their profits to the bone…it also promises to slash your premiums by 90% or more, according to Forbes.

But here’s the best part: not only will this technology save you money…it also presents the opportunity for you to make a lot of it, too.

This might sound incredible…until you understand exactly what this technology means for the world.

Global consulting giant KPMG says this technology “could provide solutions to some of our most intractable social problems . . . "

It also promises to save the American economy $1.3 trillion each year, according to Morgan Stanley.

Globally, the annual savings amount to more than $5.6 trillion.

That’s one major reason that Fox Business says investments are “set to soar over the next few years whether the public is ready for it or not.”

Like the Internet, the television, the radio and the telephone before it, this technology will change everything about how we work and live.

Not only will it usher in an entirely new mode of day-to-day living…

It will send shock waves through numerous industries.

Many will be reorganized from top to bottom.

Others will be pushed to the verge of extinction.

And a few will flourish tremendously…

Because $2.5 trillion is up for grabs.

Life-changing fortunes will be made by those who recognize the opportunity today.

While those still stuck in the old mode will be left holding the bag.

And when the dust settles, American society (and many others) will never be the same.

Keep in mind that this technology is no longer a fantasy…

It’s real. It’s here. And it’s irreversible.

The only question is how quickly and deeply it becomes entwined into our everyday lives, once and for all.

As you’ll see, that day is arriving fast — very fast.

That makes it all the more imperative for you to act now. By taking advantage of a few simple opportunities spawned by this technology, you could reap upwards of 630% returns.

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In this special presentation, you’ll learn everything you need to know about this technology…the people behind it…how it will change your life…and the steps you can take to profit from its inevitable rise.

So what is this technology that promises to change everything about how we live and work…forever?

Well, on April 2, 2015, this breakthrough actually made history.

That’s the day when the newest and smartest incarnation of this technology pulled into Manhattan after a nine-day 3,400-mile cross-country trek starting in San Francisco.

Now, it’s not simply the long journey that’s so remarkable.

It’s that this technology made the journey almost entirely on its own.

As you can probably guess, the technology I’m talking about is the driverless car.

The car that arrived in NYC on that momentous day in April was the Audi A5 developed by Delphi Automotive — the same auto tech innovator responsible for creating the first electric starter (1911), the first in-dash car radio (1936) and the first integrated radio-navigation system (1994).

The past 11 years of progress have been nothing short of amazing…

Yet, it’s nothing compared to what lies ahead.

That’s because right now, three of the world’s wealthiest individuals are staking their fortunes on the rise of the self-driving car.

Their names are synonymous with innovation, creativity and dreaming big.

They’ve earned themselves billion-dollar fortunes…

And made their shareholders fabulously wealthy…

With profits of 743%, 1,185%, an astounding 19,719%!*

They are Sergey Brin of Google…Elon Musk of Tesla…and Tim Cook of Apple.

When each of them set their sights on something, you know there’s a very good chance they’ll achieve it.

But when all three of them set their sights on the same thing…well, you can bet on its rising as surely as the sun.

Google co-founder Sergey Brin has been loud and clear about his company’s desire to dominate this market. In 2012, he announced Google’s intention to produce a driverless car for commercial use by 2017.

Since the announcement, various prototypes of its driverless cars have traversed hundreds of thousands of miles across California’s highways and roads.

On Dec. 22, 2014, Google presented a fully functioning prototype — without a steering wheel or pedals — that it plans to test on San Francisco Bay Area roads this year.

Google has even gone so far as patenting external airbags and bumpers to further protect pedestrians.

And this summer, it plans on testing its driverless cars on the streets of Mountain View, California.

So I have no doubt Sergey Brin and Google will win in their fight to bring autonomous driving to the masses.

But they’re not the only ones…

Elon Musk of Tesla Motors is one man who could beat Google to the punch.

That’s because Musk announced Tesla is set to release an auto-pilot version of its own self-driving cars this summer.

Just like an airplane, the car uses radar to detect nearby vehicles. It also comes with a camera that can read road signs, guides itself along lines on the street, and turns automatically with curves in the road.

What’s more, the car can be summoned via a smartphone, and right now the software for it can be downloaded to existing Model S sedans.

Though notorious for its secrecy, there are a few crucial things we already know about the tech giant’s foray into driverless vehicles

Shortly before his death, in a conversation with the New York Times, Steve Jobs revealed his desire to see Apple build a driverless car.

Last year, Apple CEO Tim Cook gave the “green light” to the project, codenamed “Project Titan,” at a secret location near its Cupertino headquarters.

Cook then hired the president and chief executive of Mercedes-Benz Research and Development North America.

To speed things along, Apple even poached 50 employees from Tesla!

Now, I’m not suggesting you rush out to buy shares of Apple, Google or Tesla.

While they are all great companies, they are not the best way to profit from the rise of self-driving cars.

And they aren’t going to be the only major players in the game.

Because with the market for driverless cars set to be worth $87 billion by 2030, many of the major automakers are already blazing their own trails:

Daimler unveiled its Mercedes-Benz F 015 concept car in January, complete with a lounge-like living room, four swivel chairs and six digital display screens.

Ford’s version of a driverless car is now in the final stage of production and is set to be on the road in five years.

General Motors unveiled its Chevrolet FNR concept car at the Shanghai Motor Show in January, complete with sensors, a roof-mounted radar and 180-degree swivel seats.

Nissan is teaming up with NASA to develop an emissions-free self-driving car, and plans on releasing a commercial model by no later than 2020.

Volvo plans on putting 100 customers in its driverless XC90 SUVs in 2017 under its “Drive Me” program. Available this year, the vehicle is already semi-autonomous.

Honda’s Acura RLX not only warns the driver of unseen pedestrians, it automatically slows down and slams the brakes if the driver doesn’t react fast enough.

Make no mistake about it: it is only a matter of time before driverless cars become the “new normal.”

To date, California, Nevada, Michigan, Florida and Washington D.C. have all passed laws that make self-driving cars 100% legal on their roads.

Across Europe, cities in Belgium, France and Italy are planning to operate transport systems for driverless vehicles.

In Germany, the Netherlands and Spain, self-driving cars are currently being tested on public roads.

It’s no wonder that intelligence firm Navigant Research says, the “industry consensus is that autonomous driving will be available by 2020.”

And that’s not all: According to a study by global information company IHS, driverless cars will be commonplace around the globe by 2025…and by 2030, will be the only cars on the road.

Now, the only remaining question is: How are you going to profit from this sweeping megatrend?

Smart investors don’t look at the past.

Instead, they look into the future.

And that’s why I’ve found a few simple ways you can profit from the inevitable dominance of driverless cars.

I’ll introduce them to you in just a moment, but first you must understand…

So far we’ve learned just how advanced this technology is and the major players behind it…

Now, there’s another story waiting to be told…

And that’s the multi-trillion-dollar shakeup driverless cars will instigate.

At stake is an industry with $2.5 trillion of annual revenue, according to Forbes.

As Forbes reports, the arrival of the driverless car “unleashes existential challenges to market leaders across numerous industries.”

Here are just a few of the ways the driverless car will turn everything upside down…

You’ll save $816 every year on auto insurance

The average American pays $906 each year in auto premiums. Yet thanks to the driverless car, you could soon be paying only $90 a year.

As Forbes predicts, insurers could very well “see something like 90% of premiums disappear. In fact, the U.S. model of mandatory personal auto insurance might become archaic.”

And a 2013 analysis by PricewaterhouseCoopers says, “Self-driving vehicles have the potential to significantly disrupt the traditional auto insurance industry.”

Even auto insurers themselves are worried:

According to the Wall Street Journal, three major auto insurance companies — Cincinnati Financial, Mercury General and Travers — are deeply concerned.

In fact, they’re so concerned that they’re warning their investors about the rise of driverless cars in the “Risk Factors” section of their filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Cincinnati Financial flatly states, “Disruption of the insurance market caused by technology innovations such as driverless cars…could decrease demand for insurance products.”

Mercury General warns, “The advent of driverless cars and usage-based insurance could materially alter the way that automobile insurance is marketed, priced and underwritten.”

And the CEO of Allstate says, "When you're as big as we are and insure 16 million households, it doesn't take much of a degradation to be a real revenue issue for you."

Auto insurers should be worried: at stake are the more than $200 billion in personal auto premiums collected each year in the U.S.

The threat of self-driving cars is very real.

Even Warren Buffett, who owns a big chunk of Geico, acknowledged that “self-driving cars are a real threat to the auto insurance business.”

But this is far from the only drastic change on the horizon…

Your accident survival rate will jump 90%

The statistics are sobering: according to the U.S. Department of Transportation, every year auto accidents claim the lives of 32,000 Americans.

Another 2 million are injured in auto accidents…

Including 240,000 severe accidents requiring hospitalization.

All of this mayhem costs the American economy $625 billion each year.

You can’t drive very far before seeing an accident…whether it’s just a fender bender or a fatal crash.

But just imagine a world of the future…in which accidents rarely happen.

Consider that the self-driving car could reduce accidents, hospitalizations and fatalities by 90%.

Sound impossible?

It’s not when you realize that 90% of auto accidents are caused by human error, according to Morgan Stanley.

With millions of driverless cars on the road, the human touch is truly gone.

Even Google now claims its driverless car could save 30,000 American lives each year and prevent nearly 2 million additional injuries.

With accidents, fatalities and injuries plummeting, emergency rooms would lose millions of patients every year…while body shops and personal injury lawyers would see a big chunk of their business disappear.

And that’s only the beginning…

You’ll save $713 per year on gas

Traffic jams are without question one of the most aggravating and infuriating aspects of modern commuting.

According to the Texas Transportation Institute, they cost Americans 4.8 billion hours of lost time, 1.9 billion gallons of wasted fuel and $101 billion in combined delay and fuel costs each year.

That’s $713 out of your pocket.

Finally: Open Roads for All

The University of South Florida’s Center for Urban Transportation predicts that a 50% driverless road fleet would reduce congestion by 80% driverless fleet would reduce it by 50%...and a fully driverless fleet would reduce congestion by 80%.

Now, it’s true that with cruise control and smooth driving, today’s cars can deliver 20% to 30% fuel economy savings.

…But just imagine the savings and smooth sailing when your car is on cruise control 100% of the time.

Using radar, cameras, GPS, sensors and wireless technology, your driverless will be able to “talk” with other cars and navigate safely…knowing exactly where it is in relation to other vehicles.

And instead of a jerky stop-and-go braking that consumes gas, it will know precisely when to accelerate and decelerate.

The fuel savings would be tremendous:

As Morgan Stanley says, “An autonomous car can be 30% more efficient than an equivalent non-autonomous car. If we were to reduce the nation’s $535 billion gasoline bill by 30%, that would save us $158 billion.”

Of course, there’s also a very good chance that you won’t have to worry about fuel economy at all…

Your car: a complete waste of money

Here’s what I mean:

If you’re like most people, after buying a home…

Your car is your second most expensive possession.

And that’s not even counting the thousands and thousands you’ll spend on maintenance, repairs and gas.

Yet despite all this money spent, your car sits unused 90% of the time.

Though this may now be a necessary investment, it’s also a very lopsided one.

Yet thanks to the driverless car, it could soon be no less a waste of money than buying your own horse and buggy.

Instead of paying tens of thousands of dollars over your lifetime for a car, you could simply summon one of the many millions of “smart cars” traversing the roads.

This isn’t idle speculation.

In fact, tech giant Cisco believes that in five to seven years it will be cheaper for you to “rent” a driverless car than purchase your own vehicle.

Another analyst predicts that “driverless cars will virtually eliminate the concept of private car ownership altogether. Instead, almost everyone will get around in driverless taxis.”

In fact, ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft are already planning to use self-driving cars.

Uber has already partnered with Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh to set up the Uber Advanced Technologies Center.

The primary purpose: to develop a self-driving solution for Uber’s service.

What’s more, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has gone on record saying he would like to buy every one of the 500,000 driverless cars Tesla plans on building in the next five years.

The benefits could be huge…and would set the company apart from its competitors.

As Kalanick says, “When there’s no other dude in the car, the cost of Uber becomes cheaper than owning a vehicle.”

And it gets better:

No more parking problems

By not owning a car, you’ll never have to drive up and down parking lots in search of a place to park.

A driverless car could simply drop you off where you need to go and then be on its way to pick up somebody else.

This also portends a major change in the American landscape.

After all, parking lots cover more than a third of the land area in some U.S. cities, according to one MIT study.

According to another estimate, there are about 2 billion parking spaces in the entire U.S. — about the size of Vermont and Connecticut combined.

With mass auto-ownership on the decline, all of this real estate could be freed up for many other social and economic uses…pushing property prices downward across the country.

Buckle Up for Triple-Digit Profits

These are just a few of the major changes we’re bound to see in the coming years with the rise of the driverless car.

As exciting as its arrival is, what’s even more thrilling is the opportunity it’s unleashing.

Make no mistake: by getting in on the ground floor of this megatrend, you can position yourself for astronomical returns.

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Not only does this company have a big hand in bringing forth our “smart” future, it also produces the single most important component of every driverless car.

Without this component, they simply cannot exist.

Since going public five years ago, this company has handed investors a colossal 823% return.

But that’s nothing compared to where I see it going as the driverless car revolution heats up.

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