/// Liability Issues Create Potholes on the Road to Driverless Cars

January 28, 2013  |  All Things Digital

Arizona lawmakers last year were debating a law laying out guidelines for an up-and-coming technology: self-driving vehicles. Then they got to a question they couldn’t steer around: Who is to blame if a driverless car gets in a wreck? When there is no driver, the answer turns complicated, and the possible targets of lawsuits expand. Is it the company that designed the technology? The car’s owner, or a passenger who should have assumed control? The auto maker that built the car? Read the rest of this post on the original site »

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Liability Issues Create Potholes on the Road to Driverless Cars



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