Who’s at fault when an autonomous vehicle gets into a collision?
Self-driving cars may be the way of the future, but rules and regulations around auto insurance are still playing catch up.
In fact, there’s much debate as to whether or not autonomous vehicles (AVs) can live up to high safety standards. To help this effort, Transport Canada and the Canadian Council of Motor Transport Administrators (CCMTA) created the Testing Highly Automated Vehicles in Canada: Guidelines for Trial Organizations.
While some vehicles, such as Teslas, have self-driving modes, driverless vehicles are still not permitted in most provinces and territories.
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Article Written By: Caitlin McCormack, LowestRates.ca
Original Article Posted on: March 5, 2022
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