Google is eager to release their self-driving car prototypes into public hands. However, before they can do that, California's Department of Motor Vehicles has to release new rules of the road for driverless vehicles.
For instance, if these vehicles don't require a driver, do people need a license to use them? Or, is it necessary that driverless cars have pedals and a steering wheel? Justin Pritchard, a reporter at the Associated Press, talks with host A Martinez about the developing situation between Google and California's DMV.
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