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Google Seeks Special Driverless Car Agency

Instead of waiting for new regulations that will make way for self-driving cars on US roads, Google wants the government to create a new Federal-level authority that could review the company's self-driving cars and give it special permissions for deployment.Google's...

Driverless Cars Clear Major U.S. Hurdle

Reuters is reporting that U.S. regulators at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration have concluded that the artificial intelligence behind autonomous vehicles may be considered a "driver" for purposes of United States law. In a letter to Google from...

Obama Proposes $4B for Driverless Cars

  Yesterday the Obama administration proposed spending almost $4 billion to speed the development of autonomous vehicles. The proposal, which requires Congressional approval, would fund regulatory efforts to have officials work with automakers to come up with...

Feds: “One Drink” Legal Limit and No Cell Phones

  The National Transportation Safety Board would like to decrease the legal driving limit to one drink, lowering the legal limit on blood-alcohol content to 0.05 "or even lower." The agency released its "most wanted list" on Wednesday, an annual wish list of...

“0INK” Vanity Plate Butchered by High Court

The "0INK" vanity plate battle waged by Indiana police officer Rodney Vawter has come to an end-at least for now. We previously reported on Officer Vawters's efforts of to keep his vanity plate "0INK"-a tongue-in-cheek reference to his job. The Chicago Tribune reports...

California Eliminates Bail in Traffic Cases

Bail in traffic cases has long been a bone of contention between defense attorneys and superior courts. Here's how it works.A motorist gets a speeding ticket and wants to fight it. She goes down to the courthouse to request a trial, and the clerk tells her she must...

DUI Drivers in Colorado Slow to Catch On

DUI drivers in Colorado have been slow to catch on to the state's new felony DUI law, which made fourth offense DUIs a felony in the Centennial State beginning last month.The story of David Randall Nance is typical of DUI drivers in Colorado arrested under the new...