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- Nov 28, 2018

When will self-driving cars take over?

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems

The driverless-car revolution is way behind schedule. Is it still just a matter of time? Here's everything you need to know: What's gone wrong? Carmakers have been claiming that autonomous vehicles, or AVs, will start filling the roads by 2020 and take over by 2030.

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