This article is relevant to AQA A-level 3.1 (parliamentary law-making) and OCR A-level Component 2 (law-making).
The Automated and Electric Vehicles Act passed into law in 2018 with the aim of allowing driverless vehicles on UK roads by 2021. Driverless cars are vehicles that are capable of navigating roads without any human involvement. They detect their surroundings using radar, cameras, light detection and ultrasonic sensors that help software to control the engine, plot journeys and recognise objects (predicting where they are going to move, and avoiding them when they do not).
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