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US govt to allow states to create own rules for self-driving

Thursday 9 June 2016 | 17:06 CET | News
The US individual states will be allowed by the federal government to make their own rules for regulating self-driving vehicles, writes The Wall Street Journal citing National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's chief, Mark Rosekind. Rosekind said the NHTSA agency plans to release framework documents in July that will serve as the foundation for national regulations concerning autonomous vehicles. The framework and any rules that may follow will allow states to set their additional standards, he said. He added that the NHTSA may work with auto-makers and approve their technologies before

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