Opinions vary regarding the widespread availability and ultimate acceptance in the US of fully autonomous vehicles. Some foresee widespread adoption of fully autonomous vehicles within the next “automotive generation” (within 12 years); others believe fully autonomous vehicles won’t be the “rule” for at least two or three automotive generations (24 to 36 years). Both sides have credible arguments, but only one can be correct. Regardless who is correct, how is legal liability altered during the transition to full autonomy?
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