Driving Autonomy in Self-Driving Vehicles: Insurer and Manufacturer Liabilities

  • Rohit Bansal
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  • Rohit Bansal

    Student at Christ Deemed to be University, Delhi NCR, India

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The emergence of self-driving cars sparks a complex legal landscape, probing manufacturer accountability and insurance adaptation. Changing legal frameworks establish obligations and levels of autonomy. The purpose of collaboration among the legal, manufacturing, insurance, and regulatory areas is to provide frameworks for responsible technological growth. Even with assurances of efficiency and safety, it is necessary to reassess culpability. Liability regimes are examined, with a focus on consumer education and their impact on technology adoption. Federal preemption and a lack of government regulations are explored, emphasizing the importance of precise industry standards. Diverse driver populations are addressed, with a focus on thorough testing across a variety of scenarios. There are no government regulations in place, emphasizing the importance of industry-led standards to oversee autonomous vehicle technology. In our ever-changing world, it is vital to establish responsibility and accountability. technology.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 2, Page 2789 - 2812

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.117326

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