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Driverless cars are being tested in the south of London by a company which won't reveal where they will be.
FiveAI is today beginning road tests of its self-driving technology in the boroughs of Bromley and Croydon.
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The company says its cars will be ferrying commuters around the boroughs for the next two months, but hasn't released any details of the 12-mile loop they'll use.
They will be making more than three journeys per day on 'multiple' days per week, the company told MailOnline, but it wouldn't give any more specifics.
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At least two people will be in the car at all times – a back-up driver, a technician and sometimes a volunteer commuter – in case something goes wrong.
But the cars will be driving themselves in real-world conditions, with two on the road together during test times.
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FiveAI has now started two months of regular trials with human passengers to test how the cars react in real traffic situations.
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They will have trained drivers inside in case something goes wrong, but the cars are scheduled to drive themselves in the boroughs of Croydon and Bromley.
A total of 130 volunteer commuters will take part in the...
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