Monday, February 20, 2023

Law Commission of England Advice Paper to Government on Remote Driving

The Law Commission of England has published advice to the British government on how to properly regulate the emerging sector of remote driving.

Remote driving refers to a situation where a person controls a vehicle using wireless connectivity.

Its potential uses could include delivering rental cars to a customer's door or trials of self-driving vehicles.

In its press release today, the Law Commission explains that its advice covers issues such as:

  • Short term measures to address gaps in the law
  • Safety requirements for remote driving
  • A new regulatory system to govern remote driving over the long term
  • Licences for remote driving operations
  • A ban on remote driving from overseas
  • Criminal and civil liability

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 7:33 pm


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