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California will allow self-driving cars with no human driver on public roads next year

MotorAuthority Thursday, 12 October 2017 ()
California will allow self-driving cars with no human driver on public roads next yearCalifornia is anything but the wild West when it comes to testing self-driving cars. The state requires automakers and technology companies to adhere to strict regulations. Most notably, there must be a human driver behind the wheel of any self-driving car. Next year, California will change that. The California Department of Motor Vehicles...
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