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Three points on why COVID-19 could put autonomous (and electric) vehicles in the fast-track lane

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Point 1: Autonomous vehicles need more testing (obviously)

It is indisputable that autonomous vehicles (AVs) need adequate testing before going mainstream.

Also undisputed is that testing is nowhere near where it needs to be.

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