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Thursday, June 9, 2016

First Driverless Car Insurer (UK)

The UK Gets Its First Driverless Car Insurer

Adrian Flux will cover you if your car's systems fail or it gets hacked.

Matt Brian | June 7, 2016

As cars have gained more assistive driving features, questions have been raised over how driverless vehicles will be insured. If someone has an accident while being piloted by an autonomous car, is the driver or the car itself to blame?
While governments, car makers and search giants attempt to figure that out, specialist UK insurer Adrian Flux has today launched what is believed to be one of the world's first dedicated driverless vehicle policies.

"Autonomous Robotic Driverless Cars will Dramatically Lower Insurance Costs." Source:

<more at; related articles and links: (The Driverless Car, Officially, Is a Risk. How to set prices for casualty losses when the driver’s age and experience doesn’t matter? March 3, 2015) and (Insurer launches UK's 'first driverless car policy'. Adrian Flux designs policy for consumers whose cars already have driverless features, such as auto-parking and ABS. June 7, 2016)>

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