Governor Gavin Newsom has vetoed Assembly Bill 316This would have required human assistants in Driverless vehicles exceeding 10,000 pounds in weight, reports Reuters. The bill It was supported by many state legislators, including the Teamsters. At the moment

You can also find out more about the following: governor Written by in You can find out more about it here. veto message This is the bill “is unnecessary for the regulation and oversight of heavy-duty autonomous vehicle technology,” The existing regulatory framework can be strengthened by adding to it “sufficient.”

You can also find out more about the following: California Department of Motor Vehicles was granted regulatory authority over autonomous You can also find out more about vehicles by clicking here. in Newsom writes the DMV consults the state highway patrol and National Highway Traffic Safety administration. Newsom writes that DMV consults state highway patrol and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. “and others with relevant experience” Write laws to ensure autonomous Vehicle safety. Robotaxis are also regulated by the DMV. in There are many incidents similar to this one in The following are some examples of how to get started: a A cruise driverless taxi is struck by a fire truck just a After the government allowed their expansion, they began operating a week later.

Newsom writes that the DMV has sought input from “interested stakeholders” To help it draft future laws around driverless cars. He said that the department would seek public feedback following “transparent, public” The rulemaking process “subject matter experts and other stakeholders.”

You can also find out more about the following: bill saw overwhelming support You can find out more about this by clicking here. California On September 11, 36 senators approved the measure and only two rejected it, while on May 31, 69 assembly members approved it.

Teamsters president Sean O’Brien wrote You can also find out more about us here. “jobs and communities” The billThe veto gives “a greenlight to put these dangerous rigs on the road.”

Teamsters union vetoed the bill before it was passed praised the state assembly on June 1st for passing the measure, saying it’s needed because the DMV is considering rules that would let trucks over 10,000 pounds drive on California By 2024, roads could be possible. The union urged Newsom yesterday Pass the billNewsom rejected it the same day. Newsom rejected the proposal on the same day.

“My administration has long been concerned with the impact of technology on the future of work,” Write Newsom in In a later letter, he wrote that he would request the Labor and Workforce Department work with stakeholders to find ways to mitigate any damage that self-driving vehicles may cause to employment.