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Michigan enacts first law for testing, sale of driverless cars

Michigan's new legislation allows car and tech companies to operate driverless ride-sharing services.

Southfield, Michigan

MICHIGAN, in a race with Silicon Valley for supremacy in autonomous cars, has enacted legislation that it said is the first in the US to establish comprehensive regulations for the testing, use and eventual sale of self-driving cars.

Governor Rick Snyder signed

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