The 2016 Tesla crash raised questions about sharing the blame and how autonomous vehicles might fit in future liability determinations.
A few manufacturers have publicly stated they will assume liability if their vehicle’s technology is responsible for an accident.
“As of year-end 2017, state legislatures had done little to revise existing auto insurance laws for the potential insurance implications of autonomous vehicles. Uneven state legislative and regulatory progress may hinder insurers in designing and maintaining insurance programs that address autonomous vehicles.”
Read the article at Insurance Journal.