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Clarifying control of automated vehicles

Clarifying control of automated vehicles

By Litigation Lawyers Section


The LIV recently made a submission responding to the National Transport Commission’s Discussion Paper ‘Clarifying Control of Automated Vehicles’. The Discussion Paper highlights a number of regulatory issues surrounding the trialling and implementation of the varying levels of automated vehicles on Australian roads.

The below is the LIV's response to the NTC's Clarifying control of automated vehicles, Discussion Paper, April 2017 ('the discussion paper').

Read the submission (PDF)


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