SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KGO) -- Get ready to see self-driving cars on the road without anyone behind the wheel.
Happening today, state regulators are expected to clear the way for automakers to begin testing totally autonomous vehicles.
Instead of a person behind the wheel, automakers would just be required to have a remote operator ready to take control if needed.
Companies will have to say where they intend to operate, notify local authorities and have a plan in place to communicate with law enforcement.
The driverless vehicles could be on California roads as soon as April.
Regulators expected to approve totally autonomous vehicles in California
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