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== Definitions ==
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== Definition ==
   
 
'''Autonomous technology''' is
 
'''Autonomous technology''' is
   
 
{{Quote|[[technology]] that has the [[capability]] to drive a vehicle without the active physical control or [[monitoring]] by a human operator.<ref>Cal. Veh. Code §38750(a)(1).</ref>}}
 
{{Quote|[[technology]] that has the [[capability]] to drive a vehicle without the active physical control or [[monitoring]] by a human operator.<ref>Cal. Veh. Code §38750(a)(1).</ref>}}
 
{{Quote|[[technology]] which is [[install]]ed on a motor vehicle and which has the [[capability]] to drive the motor vehicle without the active control or [[monitoring]] of a human operator. The term does not include an [[active safety system]] or a [[system]] for driver assistance, including, without limitation, a [[system]] to provide [[electronic]] blind spot detection, [[crash avoidance]], emergency braking, parking assistance, [[adaptive cruise control]], lane keeping assistance, lane departure warning, or traffic jam and queuing assistance, unless any such [[system]], alone or in combination with any other [[system]], enables the vehicle on which the [[system]] is [[install]]ed to be driven without the active control or [[monitoring]] of a human operator.<ref>Nev. Rev. Stat. 482A.025 ([http://www.leg.state.nv.us/NRS/NRS-482A.html full-text]).</ref>}}
 
   
 
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