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Will Driverless Cars In California Get Out Of Almost Any Ticket?

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In California, driverless vehicles can evade traffic violation tickets due to a loophole in the law, as tickets can only be issued if a human driver is present in the car.

This has led to driverless cars avoiding punishment for moving infractions despite being involved in accidents and traffic violations.

In San Francisco, incidents involving driverless vehicles have occurred, prompting a review of traffic laws in other states like Texas and Arizona to ensure driverless cars are not immune from moving traffic violations.

“No citation for a moving violation can be issued if the [autonomous vehicle] is being operated in a driverless mode,” San Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott said.

“Technology evolves rapidly and, at times, faster than legislation or regulations can adapt to the changes.”

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