Automated Vehicle Users Should Not Be Forced To Arbitrate

By Austin Lannes Brown and Gordon Anderson (October 10, 2019, 1:36 PM EDT) -- Highly automated vehicles, or HAVs, capable of self-driving are inching closer to market. In July 2019, market leader Waymo LLC began its much-awaited passenger service pilot program in California. According to the company's recent quarterly filing with the California Public Utilities Commission, Waymo's California pilot conducted more that 6,200 passenger trips and drove over 47,000 miles in its first month of service.

Waymo's California pilot is not yet open to the general public. So far, only employees and guests of Waymo (or parent company Alphabet LLC) have been allowed to participate. But it's a sure bet that Waymo and its competitors...

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