Self-Driving Cars Must Meet 15 Benchmarks in U.S. Guidance

  • Long-awaited rules carmakers sought to be issued Tuesday
  • Government heeded calls from manufacturers for flexibility

Lyft Co-Founder Says Most Rides to Be Autonomous By 2021

The Obama administration’s proposed guidelines for self-driving cars, to be formally unveiled Tuesday, include 15 benchmarks automakers will need to meet before their autonomous vehicles can hit the road.

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