computational hardware needed for complete self-drivingcapability, Tesla only needs to pack software application on the cars in order to make them capable of self-governing testing. Tesla can then return the vehicles to production condition by re-loading production software.But, Schwall continued, if such a Tesla automobile was evaluated on California public roadways, the company would be unable to resell that lorry. If the DMV were to go forward with this guideline, Schwall concluded, it would “incentivize Tesla and other vehicle producers in the very same circumstance to invest AV screening resources beyond California.”Meanwhile, the Car Club of Southern California recommended that during this preliminary screening stage, there be a needed guideline that a human in the cars and truck be able to step in and take over driving.
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