Exemptions introduced for driverless cars in South Australia

In an Australian first, this month has seen new laws allowing for the on-road trials of driverless cars have in the South Australian.
The Transport and Infrastructure Minister Stephen Mullighan will introduce the Bill allowing for ‘real-life’ testing of the technology, positioning the state at the forefront of an industry projected to be worth $90 billion in 15 years.
The bill details special exemptions and insurance requirements for driverless cars involved in trials of driverless technologies in South Australia, including the upcoming trials in 2016.