Driverless delivery trucks could hit California roads by year's end - KCRA 3 The California Department of Motor Vehicles is poised to adopt regulations allowing for the testing of light-duty autonomous delivery vehicles on the state's roads by the end of the year. DMV held a public hearing Thursday in Sacramento, where members of the industry at the forefront of the new technology voiced their support for the regulations. Matt Broad, a Teamsters representative, was the lone voice of opposition Thursday. He said the Teamsters believe the proposal to be unnecessary, costly and potentially dangerous. He said the union represents 100,000 UPS delivery drivers in California.