Worldwide the discussion about liability issues of self-driving cars is prominent in media and politics alike. In Great Britain, with the first completely autonomous cars expected to be on the roads as soon as 2021, parliament has now passed a law concerning the insurance of autonomous vehicles. Drivers are protected both when driving themselves, and when the software takes the wheel. The law also makes sure insurances for autonomous cars are similar to conventional ones. Experts welcome the law, but also see room for improvement. It is unclear, for example, what happens if an accident is caused by a vehicle with hacked software. You can find more details on insurancebusinessmag.com.
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