The British government has announced that it will approve testing of driverless cars on public roads in the United Kingdom before the end of 2013.

According to a new 80-page report published on Tuesday entitled “Action for Roads: A network for the 21st century,” a team at Oxford University and Nissan have already begun work but have only been testing in private areas.

The plan comes less than a year after Florida, California, and Nevada have approved similar testing. Michigan is not far behind, either.     

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