Israel considers legislation to allow autonomous vehicle testing without safety driver

Policy & Regulation

The legislation is expected to make Israel one of the preferred locations for developing testing autonomous vehicle technologies

Israel is considering introducing legislation to allow testing of autonomous vehicles on public roads without safety driver, The Jerusalem Post reported on 20 August. The new legislation is promoted by Transport Minister Miri Regev.

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