Driverless Car Testing Has Just Been Legalized In Michigan

The bill will make Michigan the first state to establish extensive regulations for testing, handling and sale of autonomous vehicles. Governor Rick Snyder has signed a law that decides how autonomous cars can be used on public roads. The law will allow public road testing of autonomous cars without the steering wheel, brake or acceleration pedals or without any human intervention. The law will allow autonomous vehicle companies to operate self-driving cars for ride-hailing services and gives a blueprint of how autonomous cars can be sold to the public once tested and certified.