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Maine Car Accident Watch: Self-Driving Tech Coming to Portland

Self-driving technology is coming to Portland, Maine’s largest city. With it, residents may see an uptick in Maine auto accidents. A Washington State company called Inrix announced it plans to test its self-driving automotive technology on the streets of Portland. … Continue reading

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Exciting Questions and Opportunities for Advertising Through Self-Driving Cars

Self-driving cars have captured the imagination through television and movies (Knight Rider and Herbie the Love Bug, to name a few). Today, with advances in computing and other technologies, a number of technology and automotive companies are testing autonomous vehicles … Continue reading

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New Reporting Guidelines for Car Crashes Prepare for Self-Driving Cars

The latest edition of the Model Minimum Uniform Crash Criteria has a new section instructing how to report on the newly emerging autonomous automobiles. Administrators from all sectors of the automotive and technology fields, as well as government officials, are … Continue reading

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Update: City of Boston Allows Self-Driving Cars Once Again

Driverless cars have returned to Boston, following a brief stoppage following a fatal crash in Arizona. After that incident, the City of Boston asked companies testing self-driving passenger car services to suspend all tests and pilot programs until a safety … Continue reading

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Who is Liable in a Self-Driving Uber Accident?

The Atlantic published an article today in the wake of the accident that caused a pedestrian to be killed by a self-driving Uber vehicle in Tempe, Arizona.  A link to that article can be found here. This is hardly the … Continue reading

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