An autonomous vehicle is
|“||any vehicle equipped with technology that has the capability of operating or driving the vehicle without the active physical control or monitoring of a natural person, whether or not the technology is engaged, excluding vehicles equipped with one or more systems that enhance safety or provide driver assistance but are not capable of driving or operating the vehicle without the active physical control or monitoring of a natural person.||”|
|“||any vehicle equipped with autonomous technology that has been integrated into that vehicle.||”|
"An autonomous vehicle does not include a vehicle that is equipped with one or more collision avoidance systems, including, but not limited to, electronic blind spot assistance, automated emergency braking systems, park assist, adaptive cruise control, lane keep assist, lane departure warning, traffic jam and queuing assist, or other similar systems that enhance safety or provide driver assistance, but are not capable, collectively or singularly, of driving the vehicle without the active control or monitoring of a human operator.
- Nev. Rev. Stat. §482A.030 (full-text).
- Adopted Regulations for Testing of Autonomous Vehicles by Manufacturers §227.02(b).
- Cal. Veh. Code §38750(a)(2)(A).
- Id. §38750(a)(2)(B).