Autonomous Vehicle Liability: Not Automatic Yet

 Autonomous Vehicle Liability: Not Automatic Yet

A recent blog post asked a complicated question around the increasingly popular topic of insurance liability for accidents that involve autonomous vehicles (AVs — vehicles that can, as prototypes today, drive themselves on everyday streets and highways). The question is less than straightforward because it invokes ethics, but also implies a technological prowess that is more romantic than real.___ysedpaste___

The question is an important one because cars and trucks are today acquiring assisted driving features (adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping, etc.) that will lead to the fully automatic driving capabilities in the next three to five years.

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