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US Transportation Secretary: No Plans for National Regulation for Driverless Cars

U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said that decisions on regulations for self-driving cars are still best made on the state-by-state level.

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U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx.

The Detroit News reported that U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said Jan. 7th, speaking to the media following a panel discussion at the CES technology trade show, that there are no plans for national legislation to regulate self-driving cars, and that those decisions are still best made on the state-by-state level.

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There are still some in the automotive industry, The Detroit News reported, who would likely push for regulation of driverless car technology. During a roundtable discussion about driverless vehicles Jan. 6th, Audi AG executives noted that it’s difficult to test the latest technology due to the fact that each state has different rules.

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