Countries agree on regulations for automated driving


More than 50 countries, including Japan, South Korea and the European Union member states, have agreed on common regulations for vehicles that can take over some driving functions, including having a mandatory black box, the United Nations announced Thursday. The binding rules on Automated Lane Keeping Systems (ALKS) will come into force in January 2021. […]

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