A State-By-State Guide To Driverless Car Regulations

Law360, New York (July 20, 2016, 4:55 PM EDT) -- Michael W. Reynolds

Jason A. Orr Driverless cars may arrive sooner than you think. Dozens of companies are racing to bring safe and reliable autonomous vehicles (or AVs) to market — vehicles capable of navigating public roads without any input from a human driver. But whether these AVs can legally hit the streets depends on where you are.

That question has been left to the states, and, so far, only a few states have answered. For the time being, federal regulators have declined to issue nationwide AV regulations, and only nine states and the District of Columbia have passed laws addressing...

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