Since deep neural networks' resurgence, reinforcement learning has gradually strengthened and surpassed humans in many conventional games. However, it is not easy to copy these accomplishments to autonomous driving because state spaces are immensely complicated in the real world and action spaces are continuous and fine control is necessary. Besides, autonomous driving systems must also maintain their functionality regardless of the environment's complexity. The deep reinforcement learning domain (DRL) has become a robust learning framework to handle complex policies in high dimensional surroundings with deep representation learning. This research outlines deep, reinforcement learning algorithms (DRL). It presents a nomenclature of autonomous driving in which DRL techniques have been used, thus discussing important computational issues in evaluating autonomous driving agents in the real environment. Instead, it involves similar but not standard RL techniques, adjoining fields such as emulation of actions, modelling imitation, inverse reinforcement learning. The simulators' role in training agents is addressed, as are the methods for validating, checking and robustness of existing RL solutions.