Government launches law review for self-driving cars

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Chris Ames has reported that the government has commissioned a three-year review to examine how current driving laws can support the introduction of self-driving vehicles. The review will consider questions such as who is responsible if a driverless vehicle crashes, the role of automated vehicles in public transport and the impact on other road users. The review is due to end in 2021.

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