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Where Self-Driving Cars Go To Learn

Posted on November 15, 2017
Photo via Wikimedia commons user Grendelkhan
Photo via Wikimedia commons user Grendelkhan

Over the past two years, Arizona deliberately cultivated a rules-free environment for driverless cars, unlike dozens of other states that have enacted autonomous vehicle regulations over safety, taxes, and insurance.

Arizona took its anything-goes approach while federal regulators delayed formulating an overarching set of self-driving car standards, leaving a gap for states. The federal government is only now poised to create its first law for autonomous vehicles; the law, which echoes Arizona’s stance, would let hundreds of thousands of them be deployed within a few years and would restrict states from putting up hurdles for the industry.

The New York Times article here

Related Topics: Arizona operators, autonomous vehicles, driverless cars, federal regulations, regulatory enforcement, self-driving vehicles, state regulations, vehicle technology

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