U.S. safety regulators recommend licenses for self-driving cars

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DETROIT, May 30 (Reuters) - U.S. auto safety regulators outlined plans on Thursday to analyze the safety risks and benefits of self-driving cars over the next four years. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration urged states to bar operation of autonomous cars for purposes other than testing. But if states allow commercial use of these vehicles, drivers should undergo additional training and obtain special licenses, the agency said. The recommendations ...

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