By Salvador Rizzo/The Star-Ledger
TRENTON — One state senator is revving up for the day — not far off, he says — when New Jersey’s roads will be full of cars that drive themselves. Senate Minority Leader Thomas Kean Jr. (R-Union) recently introduced a bill to regulate "driverless…
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