California Proposes Ban On Driverless Vehicles

Posted on December 16, 2015

SAN FRANCISCO -- California regulators, calling for caution on self-driving vehicles, proposed rules Dec. 16 that would sharply restrict their use on the state’s roads -- and place an outright ban on “driverless” cars that travel with no humans onboard.

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