Law Commissions’ report relieves ‘major sticking point’ in autonomous driving liability debate

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The report’s recommendations provide clarity on driver accountability, but some industry commentators believe there is still more to discuss

The prior “major sticking point” of clarifying liability for road accidents involving autonomous vehicles has become “more straightforward for providers” following a new report from statutory independent body the Law Commission, according to GlobalData insurance analyst Benjamin Hatton.

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