The Norwegian government might be the next to legalize self-driving cars on public roads, if a new bill under consultation is passed by parliament.
Norway’s Ministry of Transport and Communication will look at the bill sent by the government and provide any amendments, before parliament votes on it.
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“The objective of the bill is to facilitate the testing of self-driving vehicles on Norwegian roads,” said the government in a statement

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