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The goal of a completely driverless car is considered top of a six-level scale of autonomy, and researchers believe it will one day be possible to achieve that aim. But for now, cars are stuck at level two on the scale ā€“ in which the driver must still perform several key aspects of driving ā€“ while engineers work out how to crack the problem of keeping drivers alert.

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Aleksandar LilichFeaturedglobal transportation,Ground transportation,Limo services
The goal of a completely driverless car is considered top of a six-level scale of autonomy, and researchers believe it will one day be possible to achieve that aim. But for now, cars are stuck at level two on the scale ā€“ in which the driver must still perform...