Michigan Bill allows operation of Self-Driving Cars beyond testing
That state of Michigan is preparing for public sales and operation of self-driving cars due to new legislation. In a recent story posed in the Detroit Free Press, lawmakers and transportation leaders approved the expansion based on the rapid growth of technology. According to the story, Michigan will operate under a newly introduced package of the bipartisan bills that would update the 2013 laws to allow for the operation of autonomous vehicles on public roads without anyone at the wheel. Click here for the full story.