ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ)– Maryland lawmakers buckled up in Annapolis Monday to talk about the future of regulating self-driving cars.
Eight states, plus Washington D.C. have laws regulating driver-less cars. Maryland is not one of them, but that may not last long.
Self-driving car technology is picking up speed. More cars are being tested that can brake, accelerate, and avoid obstacles, with back-up help from a real driver.
Tuesday afternoon, committee members took the wheel on Maryland’s plans to regulate them.