In California Autonomous vehicles allowed traffic on public roads

As we reported, Michigan intends to allow the movement of unmanned vehicles even without a driver behind the wheel. However, in Michigan it’s only a bill, and the Governor of California signed a similar law.

According to this law, self-driving cars without driver can be tested on the public roads. This in particular will enable the private business Park in the suburbs of San Francisco to begin testing of unmanned buses.

According to the Governor of the state, the law was accompanied by the inevitable tensions, but the desire to contribute to the development of technology prevailed.

Source: Reuters

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