Here’s What You Need To Do To Operate a Driverless Car in California.

As autonomous car technology becomes ever-impressive, we’re at a point where cars are being tested on the public highway with a safety driver only present for legal reasons.

In Arizona, autonomous vehicles have even been operating for a year without a safety driver behind the wheel.

Now Waymo has become the first company to receive a permit from the California DMV to operate driverless cars in the state. And unlike Arizona, its regulations concerning autonomous vehicles are pretty strict.

So here’s what you’d need to do (for now) to operate an autonomous car in the Golden State.

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