A Bay Area firm is targeting the very manual, somewhat dangerous world of construction equipment for automation.
If you’re injured or your vehicle is damaged by an autonomous vehicle, who do you sue, and under what laws? Lawyers are parsing the problem now.
Waymo—the Google self-driving car spinoff—is the most recent autonomous manufacturer to be involved in a car wreck.
A recent survey asked motorists if they would sue a self-driving car after an accident. A majority would.
The picture of legal liability after a self-driving car is involved in a fatal accident is largely undecided and unclear.
Where do autonomous vehicles find their place in the legal landscape?
A look into the future of laws around autonomous vehicles turns up more questions than answers as the fledgling technology grows.
California’s new digital license plate—the “rPlate”—will soon grace its roads.
Leaders in these 10 global cities are working to reduce or eliminate car use in favor of bikes and public transportation.
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