LOS ANGELES (AP) — Driving without a license is illegal, of course. But what about driving without a driver?
Computer driven cars are already being tested. Now, the California Department of Motor Vehicles is considering the issue of driverless cars. The agency held its first hearing yesterday on the topic. Among the issues: does a driver need to be behind wheel and will advertisers get to access data logs on the computer driven cars. The DMV is to set the first regulations by the end of the year.