Driverless car trials opened up to UK public

Roland Moore-Colyer
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Driverless car trials opened up to UK public

Government aims to accelerate autonomous vehicle testing and acceptance

Driverless car testing in the UK has been opened up to the public with the announcement that the first autonomous vehicle trials are set to take place in London later this year. UK citizens keen to...

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