Sacramento might be the first city in California to allow fully autonomous cars on public roads, without a driver sat in the front or even a steering wheel to take control of the car.
City leaders, spearheaded by the Mayor’s office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, have applied for the “first-ever” permit to test driverless cars on public roads.
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“We welcome new technologies that aren’t quite proven yet to be tested here,” said head the Mayor’s innovation team, Ash Roughani

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