The House has unanimously given a GO to measure which could see fully autonomous vehicles on U.S. roads without restrictions. Obvious regulations on licensing registration will vary state to state but there will be far fewer limits, if any, on the number of driverless cars a manufacturer can produce. Huge win for larger outfits who have been foaming at the bit. Exciting particularly for blind and vision impaired community as it presents the possibility of increased independence. Additional mobility means much improved quality of life. Comes in tandem with President Trump actively demonstrating support by ensuring the Pedestrian Safety Enhancement Act of 2010, which was passed by Congress and signed by President Obama to protect the blind and other pedestrians from the dangers posed by silent hybrid and electric vehicles, makes it safer overall for pedestrian traffic. Where this autonomous vehicle initiative on its way to the Senate is silent? Safety. There is no legislative language ensuring roll out en masse will be both top quality and proven perfectly safe. That's where Tesla can seal its position over the long life of autonomous vehicles industry. I keep saying it. Safety first. Drivers passengers must be as confident that whatever model, sedan or truck, they drive performs exceptionally well. Especially in emergency life threatening situations. Crashes, flash floods, evacuations, mob crowds (breeding grounds for domestic terrorist situations), unexpected road closures, hazmat spills, environmental incidents, etc etc etc. Tesla, as a newer less larger car manufacturer, making the investment now, can ensure it will stand apart as the safest mainstay brand in driverless carmaking industry. Now and in future of a rapidly evolving technology environment.