The Hill discusses the Department of Transportation's guidance on self-driving cars with Marc Scribner.
Marc Scribner, a research fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, applauded the DOT’s effort, but took issue with the agency’s desire to approve new vehicle technologies before they come to market.
“Congress must reject any attempts to replace or augment NHTSA's traditional self-certification process with pre-market approval authority,” he said. “Developers operating under the European Commission's type of approval process have repeatedly warned NHTSA and North American developers that pre-market approval will only add cost and delay.”
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