Ford petitions US government to allow vehicles without driver controls

While vehicles without driver controls are not currently allowed on US roads, automakers are allowed to submit petitions for exemptions, provided they have a good enough reason, and both Ford and GM think they do. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has published petitions from both Ford and General Motors that seek to put self-driving development vehicles without traditional driver controls on public roads. Both petitions have been published to the Federal Register, where the public will have 30 days to leave any comments. Read original article here.

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