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Humans' rule-breaking road habits still stump robot cars, experts say

By TOM KRISHER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

This article was published May 15, 2017 at 1:59 a.m.

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A self-driving Uber car stops at a red light on Liberty Avenue through the Bloomfield neighborhood of Pittsburgh in September.

An Uber driverless car waits in traffic during a test drive in San Francisco in late 2016.

DETROIT -- In just a few years, well-mannered self-driving robo-taxis will share the roads with reckless, law-breaking human drivers. The prospect is causing migraines for the people developing the robo-taxis.

An Uber driverless car waits in traffic during a test drive in San Francisco in late 2016.

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