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The U.K. insurance industry’s research center is not sure the country is ready for driverless cars. Thatcham Research says the U.K.’s car fleet has a long way to go before it makes the most of existing autonomous technology already tested, proven and readily available. CEO Peter Shaw says the government announcement indicating it will allow driverless cars on U.K. roads in just five months’ time sets an ambitious target. “We fully support the automation of safety ...
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