Computer-controlled cars will be able to drive faster in the future

GENEVA The decision was in the offing in early June when a working group gave the go-ahead. The rule may come into effect in January next year, the UNECE said. According to them, the EU has already announced the implementation. National regulations must be adapted for this.

So far, automated driving in Germany has been limited to certain traffic situations on the Autobahn, such as traffic jams. In critical situations such as tunnels or when there is a risk of black ice, which cars automatically detect using cameras and sensors, drivers must be alerted and autonomous driving suspended. Mercedes is the first German manufacturer to offer a vehicle with a corresponding on-board computer. In the US, states such as California and Arizona also allow autonomous vehicles to operate on public roads, such as commercial robotaxi services.

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