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Michigan driverless auto tech’s cross-border breakthroughs

In August of 2017, two cars took a remarkable journey. They began in Southeast Michigan and drove through the Detroit-Windsor tunnel into Canada, then north to Sarnia, Ontario, over the Blue Water Bridge back into Michigan, and across the state to Traverse City. And for more than 90 percent of the six-hour drive, the cars drove with no human intervention.

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