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…
To prove you're a person, enter this string of characters below before clicking Submit.
Can't read it? Click Here to Refresh
If you register or log in to NewsWorks, you won't need to fill in your name and email address each time you comment.