TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Legal Research Digest 69: A Look at the Legal Environment for Driverless Vehicles explores legal policy issues that may be associated with driverless vehicles. It provides an introduction to how civil and criminal liability may adhere to driverless vehicles, the implications of these vehicles for privacy and security, how these vehicles are likely to become subject to and potentially alter prevailing automobile insurance regimes, and other related topics.
Table of Contents
|II. NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND LEGAL CHANGE: A BRIEF HISTORY||4-16|
|III. Characteristics and Technologies of Driverless Vehicles||17-29|
|IV. CIVIL LIABILITY FOR PERSONAL INJURY||30-40|
|V. CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE||41-46|
|VI. THE EVOLVING INSURANCE MATRIX FOR DRIVERLESS VEHICLES||47-60|
|VII. PRIVACY AND SECURITY LAWS||61-68|
|VIII. LEGISLATIVE AND REGULATORY ISSUES||69-73|
|IX. SUSTAINABILITY: LAND USE, ENVIRONMENTAL, AND INFRASTRUCTURE ISSUES||74-78|
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