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Sep 15, 2017

Self-driving delivery truck tests to 'lower emissions and fuel costs' The driverless delivery of goods in Britain moved a step closer to reality today (25 August) as the Government gave the green light for trials of partially self-driving HGVs. Trials are expected on major roads by the end of 2018 Up to three lorries will travel in convoy on motorways through wireless technology, with acceleration and braking controlled by the lead vehicle. Ministers were keen to alleviate safety concerns, insisting that all vehicles in the “platoon” will have a driver on hand to take control. The technology could bring significant benefits for public health and the environment, according to the Department for Transport (DtT). Lorries driving close together could see the front truck reduce the air resistance for following vehicles, lowering emissions, while improving efficiencies and air quality. “We are investing in technology that will improve people’s lives,” Transport Minister Paul Maynard said. “Advances such as lorry platooning could benefit businesses through cheaper fuel bills and other road users thanks to lower emissions and less congestion. “But first we must make sure the technology is safe and works well on our roads, and that’s why we are investing in these trials.” Trials are expected on major roads by the end of 2018. The Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) will carry out the pilot, with funding provided by the Department for Transport and Highways England.

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