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The National Police Agency on Thursday unveiled draft rules for testing driverless vehicles on public roads while the vehicles are being monitored remotely.

At present no vehicle can proceed along a public road without someone in the driver’s seat. Once the rules are officially in place, the agency will start accepting applications to conduct tests this summer, at the earliest.

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