Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, right, gets an overview of a Tesla Model X 75D semi-autonomous electric vehicle by Tesla sales adviser Genny Carter, left, before a test drive at the Capitol in Olympia. Inslee was test-driving the car to highlight his state’s role in testing and developing autonomous-vehicle technology and to tout the environmental and safety benefits of the vehicles.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, right, gets an overview of a Tesla Model X 75D semi-autonomous electric vehicle by Tesla sales adviser Genny Carter, left, before a test drive at the Capitol in Olympia. Inslee was test-driving the car to highlight his state’s role in testing and developing autonomous-vehicle technology and to tout the environmental and safety benefits of the vehicles. Ted S. Warren AP
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, right, gets an overview of a Tesla Model X 75D semi-autonomous electric vehicle by Tesla sales adviser Genny Carter, left, before a test drive at the Capitol in Olympia. Inslee was test-driving the car to highlight his state’s role in testing and developing autonomous-vehicle technology and to tout the environmental and safety benefits of the vehicles. Ted S. Warren AP

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