According to several news agencies, Audi has received a license in Nevada to test its driverless cars on public roads.
The automaker has acquired Nevada’s second license allowing developers to test autonomous car system on the state public roads. This is the first time, however, that a license is granted to an automaker since the first license was granted to Google.
The auto industry is quickly attempting to add semi-autonomous features to its models while more automakers hope to develop more autonomous vehicles in the next ten years. Features like lane-departure warning, traffic-jam assist, radar-based cruise control and other systems are already part of the lives of consumers in America.
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