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UK roads set to become HumanDrive project test track

A project funded by the UK government and industry partners is aiming to develop a self-driving vehicle that's capable of motoring along just like a proficient human driver. Hailed as the "most ambitious connected and autonomous vehicle project in the UK," the HumanDrive vehicle will eventually embark on a journey of more than 200 miles (over 300 km) on public roads throughout the UK, including challenging country roads and motorways.
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