Who’s to blame if car has no driver?

January 2015
Business Insurance;1/19/2015, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p0026
The article discusses a research conducted by uSwitch.com about the growing concern among British nationals over the safety risks posed by the use of driverless cars in Great Britain.


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