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Driverless cars get green light for testing on public roads in UK


Publication date: 12 August 2014


The UK is to encourage the development of driverless cars on its roads, with a multimillion-pound research fund and a review into the relevant laws around road safety.

 A £10milion (12 million EUR) fund will be made available for driverless car researchers in the UK with driverless cars expected to be tested on public roads in the UK as early as 2015.

Read the full article on The Guardian website



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