Goverment launches review of driving laws to accommodate self-driving vehicles

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Goverment launches review of driving laws to accommodate self-driving vehicles

Government to consult on how driving laws need to be changed to accommodate autonomous vehicles

The government is planning a review of the UK's driving laws to enable the testing and development of self-driving vehicles.  Secretary of State for Roads, Local Transport and Devolution, Jesse ...

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