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RAC comments on driverless lorry platoon trials in the UK

RAC comments on driverless lorry platoon trials in the UK

News   •   Mar 07, 2016 12:40 GMT

​RAC chief engineer David Bizley said: “The RAC would in principle welcome this kind of development but it does raise a lot of questions in terms of how the technology can be adopted safely.