General Motors announced it will be the first company to begin testing fully autonomous cars on Michigan’s roads after the state passed legislation that allowed self-driving vehicles on all public roadways.

GM said it will test versions of all-electric Chevrolet Bolts equipped with self-driving technology that it said will begin rolling out of a Michigan plant in January.

“Revolutionizing transportation for our customers while improving safety on roads is the goal of our autonomous vehicle technology, and today’s announcement gets us one step closer to making this vision a reality,” GM CEO Mary Barra said in a statement. “Our autonomous technology will be reliable and safe, as customers have come to expect from any of our vehicles.”

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