How The Feds Are Regulating Self-Driving Cars

Posted on September 21, 2016

As self-driving vehicles become a reality on the road, the federal government is catching up.

Under a new policy released by the Department of Transportation on Sept. 20, manufacturers creating self-driving vehicles will be required to address a 15-point safety assessment.

The assessment covers items like data recording and sharing to object and event detection and response.

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Related Topics: autonomous vehicles, driver safety, driverless cars, federal regulations, passenger safety, self-driving vehicles, vehicle safety, vehicle technology

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