Driverless cars: What is the law, and where will they fit into it?

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Ashfords LLP's Suzie Miles assesses the situation as self-driving vehicles begin to take to the road

Britain's first driverless car was revealed in Milton Keynes last month. Full public trials of the cars are to begin on pedestrian areas of four cities in 2017 as part of a £19m plan to develop aut...

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