There are huge vehicle test facilities (proving grounds). Where the automobile industry can test vehicles especially during research. Examples:

How these should be tagged? The closest I found was amenity=research_institute but that doesn't really appropriate since the primary activity in these places is not research, especially not in the field of natural science. I feel like these should be tagged with industrial=proving_ground or industrial=vehicle_proving_ground to avoid confusion with a military proving ground which should be tagged with military=training_area.

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Is your link to Milbrooke correct? is there another one? https://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=14/52.0451/-0.5357

(02 Jun '19, 23:32) andy mackey
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Yes, I mixed it up with the Ford Michigan Proving Ground.

(22 Jun '19, 00:38) UntaggedWay
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