DOT doesn’t try to provide all the answers in driverless cars guidance

Politico's Morning Transportation quotes Marc Scribner on the Department of Transportation's guidance on self-driving cars. 

Marc Scribner, research fellow, Competitive Enterprise Institute: “Highway safety and access to qualified test drivers is crucial. But NHTSA failed to include a test driver license reciprocity provision in their model policy recommendations. … Second, to prevent unnecessary cost and delay, Congress must reject any attempts to replace or augment NHTSA's traditional self-certification process with pre-market approval authority. … Finally, Congress must provide aggressive oversight over NHTSA's existing regulatory mechanisms, namely letters of interpretation and exemptions.”

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