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More and more cars with self-driving capabilities will be hitting the road, but the question of who is liable when one of them crashes is still up in the air.

California may be moving toward a solution that automakers and tech companies will like.

The California Department of Motor Vehicles is considering new regulations that would limit the liability of the companies that make self-driving cars, according to the Associated Press. The proposed rule changes are reportedly based on a General Motors recommendation that companies should be protected from lawsuits if a vehicle that isn't maintained to factory standards crashes.



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California Law Could Limit Automaker Liability For Self Driving Car Crashes

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