by Christopher Koopman, Executive Director; Jennifer Huddleston Skees, Mercatus  Center
Posted April 26, 2018 In Scholar Commentary

A Google self-driving car is shown in an exhibit at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif.AP Photo/Eric Risberg

In this article Chris Koopman, at the Center for Growth and Opportunity, and Jennifer Huddleston Skees, of the Mercatus Center, advocate for a comprehensive policy framework that is friendly to self-driving technologies and argue that allowing testing of these technologies will create safer roads for everyone.

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