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US Consumer Group Recommends More Stringent Regulations for Self Driving Cars (Hybrid Cars)

A consumer advocacy group is asking the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to reconsider, following the NHTSA’s announcement that it will be updating its policy on self driving cars. John M. Simpson, the privacy project director for a non-profit advocacy group Consumer Watchdog, addressed the issue in a letter to Secretary of the Department of Transportation Anthony Foxx and NHTSA Administrator Mark R. Rosekind.  Concerns largely stem from the pace at which companies are accelerating their self driving programmes and the removal of apparatus necessary for a human driver.

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