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Which Irish brewery will become the first to build a self-driving truck?

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The Irish brewer Taha has announced that it will build a truck that will drive itself on roads.

The company is building the self-driven truck, which is equipped with a navigation system that allows it to avoid other road traffic.

Taha says that it has been able to make this progress because of its deep experience with autonomous vehicles.

“In order to have the same level of autonomy as a human driver, a truck needs to be capable of navigating through a variety of obstacles that would impede or hinder the vehicle,” Taha said.

The truck is expected to be on the road by 2020. “

It is a real challenge, but it is something that we are confident we can overcome.”

The truck is expected to be on the road by 2020.

The truck’s driver will have to drive the truck independently of the driver.

Taha is also developing a truck to be used by taxi drivers, as it is currently able to operate in traffic jams. “

We are now in a position where we are able to do this and the benefits will be very positive for the industry as a whole.”

Taha is also developing a truck to be used by taxi drivers, as it is currently able to operate in traffic jams.

The driver will also be able make decisions about when to take a break.

Tally up the world’s largest self-propelled vehicles article The truck has been designed to handle extreme situations such as heavy traffic jams or snow and ice.

“The vehicle is equipped to handle a number of different types of situations, but we know that this truck can do so without human intervention,” Hughes said.

“As an example, we can say that the vehicle is able to drive in the snow for up to two hours.

The vehicle is also equipped with advanced sensors to assist in avoiding obstacles.

The autonomous driving technology also allows the vehicle to react to the environment in real time and avoid obstacles.”

Tanya Gough, Taha’s chief technology officer, said the company was also aiming to develop a self steering truck for the roads, where the driver would be able operate the vehicle independently of other road users.

“This is something we have been working on for a long time and it is now a reality,” she said.

The project is part of the company’s “One Road, One Truck” initiative.

Hughes said that the truck will be available for hire in 2021, and that it is a key part of TaaS, the company Taha will launch in 2021.