China has developed rules for unmanned taxis

In Shenzhen, China, they developed rules for unmanned vehicles by launching a taxi service. They did not refuse drivers, but they will be in the car only as observers, Channel Five reports.

If an accident occurs through the fault of a citizen, then he will have to answer for it. In case of malfunctions with the equipment, the responsibility is shifted to the carrier.

Unmanned taxis have previously appeared in Beijing and Guangzhou.

It was previously reported that the Cabinet of Ministers Russia has approved an experimental legal regime for unmanned vehicles, including taxis.

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