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South Australia to host driverless car test from November

Autonomous vehicle technology will take its first tentative steps into Australia in just a few months, with news this week that a test of driverless cars will soon kick off in South Australia. Techies and traffic safety campaigners have been forced to look on from distant sidelines as increasingly advanced self-driving cars take to public […]
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