Group seeks central US path for unmanned vehicles
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A trade group wants to create a pathway for unmanned vehicles through the central U.S., from Canada to Mexico.
The Central North American Trade Corridor Association is launching an initiative to develop regulations for driverless vehicles on the ground and in the air.
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