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NHTSA to consider software the driver in autonomous cars

The state of California has put forth a proposal that self-driving cars will need to have a licensed driver in the vehicle as well as a steering wheel. However, manufacturers say that such regulations are slowing down the development of the vehicles, and they may be getting assistance from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Technology may eliminate risks caused by a distracted driver

One automaker may have found the answer to making California highways safer: Take control of a motor vehicle away from the driver. Volvo has predicted that auto accident fatalities in its vehicles can be eliminated by 2020 through the incorporationof autonomous technologies that will compensate for a distracted driver in order to avoid a car collision.

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