Part 1 of a two-part series.
To many, the driverless car is the most important evolution of the automobile since the invention of the combustible engine. To others, it is an exceedingly scary proposition. Wherever you stand on autonomous driving, what seemed like science fiction a few years ago is approaching reality.
Along with excitement and fear, the rollout of driverless cars is having a ripple effect across industries. Insurers, for example, now wonder about future loss or damage. What happens when an accident occurs with a computer behind the wheel?