News Digest Item
26 Jan 2017

Automated driving law lacks details, say Greens and consumer group

Spiegel Online

The law for automated driving is not detailed enough and creates legal insecurity for drivers, according to critics. Green party transport expert Stephan Kühn told Spiegel Online that it lacks a definition of what drivers are allowed to do while their car is on autopilot. The law implies that the driver has to keep an eye on traffic at all time, according to the article. Consumer group vzbv said carmakers should be made responsible for autopilot accidents.

Read the article in German here.

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