Senate Gives the Wheel to 80,000 Self-Driving Cars
Cue the masses! Autonomous car development, sales, and safety is officially in the car makers’ hands after the Senate greenlights legislation authorizing 80,000 safety standard exempt, self-driving cars to be sold per year within three years. In the future, the committee may set timelines for data collection and data-driven safety standards based off this trial period. The bill allows for driverless technologies to further develop before imposing regulations that could potentially stagnate the industry.
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