In Florida, no permit needed for driverless cars, state senator says

“in 2016, the Florida Legislature passed new rules that eliminated some of the requirements, including the $5 million in insurance. The new law also got rid of the requirement that a human operator be present in the vehicle, as long as an operator can be alerted in case of technology failure and stop the vehicle.” See More . . .

Source: https://cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/miamiherald.relaymedia.com/amp/news/state/florida/article123600164.html
By: BY AMY SHERMAN (PolitiFact Florida)

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