When posting code always enclose it in Code tags. You do this by highlighting the code in the edit window and then clicking the "Code" button just above the edit window. You can verify that it worked by clicking on "Preview" prior to submitting. I've fixed it for you this time seeing as it's your first post.
You appear to be setting actualTitle to the emty String "" in line 18. You doubtless know already that isn't null.
Then in line 24 you are setting it to whatever is returned from that method in driver. That must be returning null. Try adding System.out.println(actualTitle); as line 25 and see whether that prints null.
So when you get to line 30 you are calling a method on null, which the JVM doesn't like, and its way of saying, “ouch!” is to throw an exception.
There is a trick whereby you write such calls apparently backwards, which will sort out the exception, but I think you are better off finding out why you are getting null in line 24. I don't know how the driver gets the title, but at least the web address appears to open Mercury Tours correctly.
Since both variables appear to be String type, do you need contentEquals() rather than plain simple equals()?
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