From March 1, the US state will start to provide red licence plate to show other road users that the car itself is in charge.

This article titled “Driving Miss DaisyBot 3000: Nevada legalises robotic cars” was written by Adam Gabbatt, for on Thursday 23rd February 2012 17.31 UTC

Nevadans, rejoice! The chore of having to operate a steering wheel while applying light pressure to one of two pedals could become a thing of the past, now that self-driving cars have been legalised in the state.

From 1 March innovators can apply for a robot driver’s licence in Nevada, which comes complete with a snazzy red licence plate to show that the machine itself is in charge.

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