Implications of shelving the autonomous transport bill

Self-driving autonomous cars

Blog: With the removal of the bill, Kennedy's corporate affairs lawyer Roger Davis, and partner Niall Edwards explore the implications for insurers, and how insurers can collaborate with other stakeholders during the waiting period.

Following the enactment of the Automated and Electric Vehicles Act 2018 – designed to ‘kick-start’ the move towards self-driving vehicles – detailed exploration into the wider legal and regulatory

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