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NHTSA is planning pilot programs across the country to test driverless vehicles, working with states on developing new model laws, and evaluating federal regulations for what changes may be required. (Photo: iStock)

(Bloomberg) — Existing U.S. laws pose few barriers to adoption of autonomous vehicle technology so long as cars and trucks stick with existing designs allowing humans to take control, the agency overseeing traffic safety said Friday.

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