Nevada becomes first to write regulations for testing self-driven cars on its public roadways. This type of proactive behavior is uncommon, especially concerning governments making laws.
The state acknowledges that automakers aren't close to getting this technology to market, but Nevada wants to have laws in place when -- and if -- it happens.
These concept cars are not as far away as it may seem: We have all seen the Mike Rowe Ford Fusion commercial that boasts of the automobiles' parking-assist feature.
The article goes on to describe the type of regulations the state is proposing, and reminds readers of Toyota's and GM's achievements in autonomous driving.
Now, if all states could follow such an example when it comes to cell phone regulations...