Burges Salmon and AXA consider how UK law can fairly protect CAV users

Questions as to “who is liable?” and “who will pay?” in the event of an accident involving a self-driving vehicle have been asked for as long as the concept of self-driving vehicles has existed. From time to time, the questions become more vocal as seemingly abstract questions take on real world significance through events involving Autonomous Vehicles in testing or advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS).

The third VENTURER Legal and Insurance report considers the legal and insurance issues for automated vehicles (AVs) in the context of a number of collision scenarios, with particular focus on the mechanics and limitations of machine to human handover arising from VENTURER’s first trial.

Read the report here: VENTURER Legal and Insurance Report – Year 3