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Calif., Other States Fill Self-Driving Car Regulatory Gaps

Law360 (February 28, 2018, 8:53 PM EST) -- California's decision to allow autonomous cars to be tested on public roads for the first time without a human driver behind the wheel signals that states are racing to get truly driverless cars ready for mainstream America while the federal government continues to draft regulations to roll them out, experts say.

The Golden State on Monday joined states such as Arizona and Florida that have taken more of a hands-off approach to testing autonomous vehicle technology on their roads by eliminating requirements that human drivers be present in the driver's seat during test runs.

The move signals that states are eager...

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