Ross faces bumps in road over driverless cars
Marc MacSharry has made the first safety objections to the vehicles being tested on public roads
Self-driving cars could solve Shane Ross’s row with the Healy-Raes.
Michael Healy-Rae and his brother Danny regularly accuse the Transport Minister of being indifferent to the likes of the old man living up the side of a mountain who can no longer go for a few pints in his local pub due to stringent drink-driving laws.
Ross in turn has accused them of having no regard for road safety and once called Danny...
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