The Trump administration released instructive guidelines Tuesday for the nascent, but growing, driverless car industry.

Published as “Automated Driving Systems 2.0,” the official paper lays out suggestions for a number of pursuant entities, like local regulators, vehicle manufacturers, and companies creating the self-driving tech.

There are several points within the 36-page document where the authors seemed to purposefully reference their light-touch strategy for the emerging field of transportation.

“In this document, NHTSA [National Highway Traffic Safety Administration] offers a nonregulatory approach to automated vehicle technology safety,” one portion of the executive summary reads.

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