Most importantly, Arizona's regulation of unmanned vehicles is easiest throughout the United States. In the state, the company can test the unmanned vehicle if the driver is not in the car, as long as the driver is able to remotely control the vehicle if necessary and is responsible for the car's accident.
Considering that there are less than three months this year, plans to deploy before the end of the year can be described as bold. However, even until 2018, Waymo is also ahead of Lyft and other rival services.
However, Google is facing more than a matter of urgency. According to anonymous sources, in some cases, there is a delay between the response of Google unmanned vehicles to the request and the control center.