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  • Best Practices & Model Legislation


  • Through AAMVA's Committees and Working Groups, AAMVA works with member jurisdictions to develop Best Practice documents and model legislation. These documents are designed for Chief Driver License Administrators and Law Enforcement personnel and staff.

    A "Best Practices Document" establishes the ideal approach for establishing and maintaining programs. The guidelines provided in this document are recommended and provide a jurisdiction with details on optimal model programs. A "Best Practice" is not mandated nor monitored for compliance. 

  • Released May 2018

     Jurisdictional Guidelines for the
    Safe Testing and Deployment of
    Highly Automated Vehicles 

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    The purpose of this report is to address how automated vehicle technology will directly impact vehicle registration and titling programs; driver training, testing, and programs; enforcement of traffic laws; and first response to traffic related incidents. This report contains recommendations for jurisdictions that choose to regulate testing and deployment of HAVs. The recommendations are voluntary; jurisdictions are not required to adopt them.

    Download:

    Jurisdictional Guidelines for the Safe Testing and Deployment of Highly Automated Vehicles

     

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