Michigan Introduces Cutting Edge Driverless Vehicle Legislation

The state of Michigan is bringing in legislation to allow the testing, certification and operation of self-drive vehicles in that state, taking back some of the spotlight from Silicon Valley. 
Automotive and technology companies will now be able operate self-driving vehicle ride-sharing services and driverless cars may be sold to the public once the technology has been tested and certified.
Governor Rick Snyder signed 4 bills into legislation, for one thing allowing the operation of vehicles without steering wheels or pedals, something that current California law does not provide for.  


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