Be still my heart--a form, a sure-enough honest to goodness form.
I'm eagerly awaiting the day when I can turn my driving over to an autonomous vehicle like Google's. As I may have said previously here or in some comment somewhere, I'm aware my capabilities are diminishing: my attention span is shorter, I'm more easily distracted and upset, and my reactions are slower. All of which means the day is coming when I should no longer drive, which means a considerable blow to our lifestyle.
But it seems the great state of Nevada, blessed be its name, has actually come up with a form, an application for permission to test autonomous vehicles. As any good bureaucrat knows, once you have a form, the rest is downhill all the way.
[Update: hat tip, Eugene Volokh at Volokh Conspiracy.}