As the automotive world ties itself in knots trying to work out what self-driving cars will do when they encounter a pedestrian, pushbike or runaway pram, one group has been largely neglected. Having received a letter from motorcycle groups concerned about rider safety around cars running semi-autonomous driver assists, the agency responsible for granting type approval in Holland has decided to test new semi-autonomous driving systems to see how they deal with two-wheeled road users.
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