Dutch approve driverless cars for public, large-scale testing

“The cabinet has agreed to adjust road rules to enable large-scale testing of self-driving trucks and cars on public roads,” the Dutch infrastructure and environment ministry said. “The Netherlands is to become a testbed for self-driving vehicles,” it added in a statement.
“Large-scale testing is planned to start in the summer, once the changes to legislation are approved in parliament,” ministry spokeswoman Marianne Wuite said.