UK government plan to test driverless lorry 'platooning' on motorways

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UK government plan to test driverless lorry 'platooning' on motorways

Wirelessly-controlled self-driving lorries will be driven close together to improve efficiency

The government is pushing ahead with trials next year of a new autonomous driving system on lorries called 'platooning', in which a trio of lorries will be wirelessly controlled by the lead vehicle...

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