Tesla Ruling Leaves Self-Driving Liability Questions Open

Law360 (November 12, 2020, 5:48 PM EST) -- For years, experts have predicted that our streets will soon be filled with self-driving or autonomous vehicles. Rather than sitting behind the wheel and contending with traffic and pedestrians, we will all be able to ride in comfort in our vehicles while watching television or surfing the internet — as the vehicle safely drives itself.

But the actual impact of self-driving vehicles remains to be seen. While vehicle manufacturers, software companies, and federal and state governments are already grappling with the emergence of partially automated automobile technology, it may be several years before we know the effects of fully self-driving vehicles....

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