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Oklahoma legislators aim to regulate autonomous vehicles


April 26, 2019

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma would establish rules regulating how to safely operate driverless vehicles navigating state highways under a bill passed by Legislature that has been sent to the governor's office.

Autonomous vehicles are expected to bring in billions of dollars annually in future decades, according to a report by America's Energy Security Leadership Council.

Rep. Ryan Martinez, the bill's sponsor, said the Oklahoma Driving Automation System Uniformity Act could help position the state to become a national leader in testing and embracing the developing technology, The Journal...

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