Driverless Autonomous Vehicles Arrive in China

Trailblazing new rules that allow driverless vehicles to operate in the Chinese city of Shenzhen have come into force – and autonomous tech firm has already taken advantage with a comprehensive test of one of its vehicles. As of Aug. 1, Level 4-rated cars – those that can drive themselves, as defined by the Society of Automotive Engineers – are permitted in the megacity in Guangdong province, following the introduction of the pioneering regulatory framework, the first of its kind in China. The rules provide clarity for manufacturers and operators of autonomous vehicles (AVs) and cover where they are allowed to operate, liability in a crash, insurance and more. 

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