Legal Liability Issues for Driverless Cars Will Take Years to Sort Out

David Strickland, NHTSA

MSN Autos - October 30, 2012

While NHTSA Admin­is­tra­tor David Strick­land did say that deter­min­ing fault involv­ing a crash from a dri­ver­less car “may be much more dif­fi­cult when con­trol of a vehi­cle seam­less­ly tran­si­tions from the dri­ver to the vehi­cle,” it will like­ly take years of legal wran­gling to sort out lia­bil­i­ty with self-dri­ving cars. Strick­land met with auto­mo­tive and Google exec­u­tives recent­ly to dis­cuss fed­er­al reg­u­la­tions for dri­ver­less cars.



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