Overly Covers New Self-Driving Legislation

24 July 2017 Automotive News News
Partner Mike Overly was quoted in an Automotive News article, “Self-Driving Legislation Set in Motion,” covering the realistic timeline for a new self-driving legislation to become law. The proposal, which is the first of its kind, passed through a House panel last week.

Overly explained: “This proposal has a long way to go before becoming law and is likely to undergo substantial revision. Moreover, competing or alternate proposals are being considered.” Read more about the specifics of the legislation on the online article.

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