Michigan Becomes First State To Pass Self-Driving Regs

Posted on December 14, 2016

Photo via Wikimedia Commons user Norbert Aepli
Photo via Wikimedia Commons user Norbert Aepli
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder signed four bills into law on Dec. 9 that would create the first comprehensive statewide self-driving regulations in the U.S.

The bills, introduced in the state Senate in May, effectively amend the existing Michigan Motor Vehicle requirements as well as another law that, until today, barred automated driving in the state.

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Related Topics: autonomous vehicles, driverless cars, Michigan operators, Safety, self-driving vehicles, state regulations, vehicle safety

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