By Tony Bizjak
February 27, 2018
The Sacramento Bee
A moment that once belonged only in sci-fi novels is now a month away in California.
Starting in early April, auto manufacturers and technology companies will be free to put cars onto California city streets for testing with no one at the wheel – and in fact no one even in the car.
The Department of Motor Vehicles received legal approval Monday to publish the ground rules – and will begin issuing permits in a month.