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Q & A with Lawyer Steven Gursten on driverless cars in Michigan

January 16, 2014 by Steven M. Gursten

Detroit Legal News interviews Gursten on new laws that would allow testing of self-driving cars in Michigan

Gov. Rick Snyder recently signed laws that would allow “driverless” cars to be legally road-tested in Michigan. Attorney Steven Gursten, head of Michigan Auto Law, answers questions from the Detroit Legal News on the legislation, and issues surrounding the future of self-driving cars.

Said Gursten:

“… as exciting as the promise of this new technology is, we cannot forget about people. The legislature should be creating parallel protections to safeguard people’s legal rights while they are allowing this technology to develop.”

You can read the full article here: Asked and Answered with Steven Gursten on driverless cars

 

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