The government of China has unveiled new national self-driving vehicle testing guidelines, the China Daily newspaper has revealed. That report cited the country’s vice industry minister, Xin Guobin, who made some interesting comments about the global push to develop commercial self-driving vehicle systems. The new rules themselves are pretty straightforward, simply laying out a development pathway that begins with testing on non-public roads and is followed by testing on designated roads. The requirement is laid out clearly that there has to always to be a safety driver present and ready at any time to take over. “To ensure the safety of road tests, we will not only not only require that road tests take place on prescribed streets, but also that the test driver sits in the driver position ...
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