Self-driving cars in New Hampshire? There's a (possible) law for that
Posted by David Brooks | Thursday, January 3, 2013
My Telegraph column next Monday will be about some potential state laws with geeky interest, including open source software, atomic energy, and dissolving human beings in pressurized vats of lye.
One of them would start establishing laws and rules for self-driving cars, in anticipation of that wonderful day when we can climb in the back seat, say "Home, Robot James" and then doze off.
Don't get too excited: I'm writing about so-called LSRs, which are just place-holders for future bills, and bills are only potential laws. Most LSRs fizzle. Still, it's more interesting than guns in the statehouse and garbage like that.
Here's the whole list of LSRs - just the titles, so you have to do some guessing.