Driverless cars cause bureaucratic standoff in Washington

The US Congress and President Donald Trump's administration want to get driverless vehicles on the roads of the country quickly. However, a federal safety agency is warning that more safety regulations are needed before that happens.

    The US Congress and President Donald Trump's administration want to get driverless vehicles on the roads of the country quickly.

    However, a federal safety agency is warning that more safety regulations are needed before that happens.

    Al Jazeera's Diane Eastabrook reports.


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