The Detroit motor giant has been developing autonomous driving technology in the United States for some time, but now is turning its attention to making an autonomous system work on the differing rules of the road, traffic signs, and road layouts across Europe. Thomas Lukaszewicz, manager, automated driving, Ford Europe, said: "Rules of the road vary from country to country here, traffic signs and road layouts are different, and drivers are likely to share congested roads with cyclists. "We h
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