Watch: California OKs Self-Driving Cars

This week California’s Office of Administrative Law approved self-driving cars. Starting April 2, the DMV will issue permits for companies looking to test self-driving cars and eventually the public to use them regularly. The new rules include the need for remote human operation as a backup, though there won’t be anyone directly behind the wheel. Regulators are struggling to keep up with the rapidly developing tech, though this regulation is a step in the right direction.

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