The California DMV released draft regulations for autonomous vehicles yesterday. Apparently Google is not pleased. The gist of these regulations seems to be that unmanned operation is being outlawed. A licensed driver (who will need to get a new "autonomous vehicle operator certificate" issued by the DMV) must be "monitoring the safe operation of the vehicle at all times and be capable of taking over immediate control." While this language seems in line with the restrictions Tesla currently places on the use of Autosteer, it also seems like we won't be getting that feature which enables summoning your car from its parking spot to your door anytime soon.