Could Self-Driving Cars Be Allowed To Follow Different Rules?

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Could Self-Driving Cars Be Allowed To Follow Different Rules?

Self-driving cars will be programmed to break the law by mounting pavements or going above the speed limit in emergencies under plans being considered by the official legal adviser.

The Law Commission in England and Wales is consulting on whether automated cars should be able to mirror human behaviour by taking a “common sense” approach.

Under current laws it is an offence to mount the pavement, but the commission is consulting on whether self-driving vehicles should be allowed to do so to avoid accidents or allow emergency vehicles to pass.

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