A USA TODAY Network survey of nearly a dozen states hoping to lead the way in self-driving cars and trucks reveals varying degrees of readiness as officials balance anticipating a huge shift in mobility with a reluctance to spend limited infrastructure funds on the wrong improvements. That one-foot-in, one-foot-out stance is echoed in guidelines recently published by the Governors Highway Safety Association. In doling out advice for state officials on the coming age of self-driving cars, the recommendations balance action (“Be a player in your state”) with caution (“Be flexible, this is a new game.”)
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From the Texas Trial Lawyers Association.