Self-driving Trucks

Good write-up on the implications of self-driving trucks.

And, better, autonomous driving on highways should be easier to figure out than driving in cities, because those big rigs don’t need to navigate pedestrians, cyclists, and traffic lights. That means most of the country’s first experiences with driverless vehicles may be in the form of 70,000-pound trucks, instead of the kinds of driverless taxi services testing in sections of Pittsburgh and Arizona.

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