“With the increasing adoption of semi-autonomous vehicles and the potential for fully autonomous vehicles, several policy-related questions and challenges are beginning to emerge. It’s important that the insurance industry play a central role in policymaking discussions to develop a uniform legal and regulatory framework for autonomous vehicles. Ensuring that a clear risk transfer mechanism is in place will help facilitate the development of autonomous vehicles and the improved safety we expect they will bring to our roads.”
Executive Vice President & President, Personal Insurance
Insuring Autonomy Position Paper
The introduction of autonomous vehicles (AVs) comes with significant public policy questions and challenges. This Travelers Institute® position paper, Insuring Autonomy: How auto insurance will lead through changing risks, outlines Travelers’ view of how insurance will meet society's needs in an AV world.
Transforming the Driving Experience: Automated Vehicle Technologies and Human Attention
Carnegie Mellon University - November 21, 2019
Automated driving features hold promise for helping to save lives, but vehicles that truly drive themselves without human intervention could take generations. In the meantime, as the technology develops, drivers will encounter a different roadway experience with changing risks. Will they understand how to use or monitor these new technologies? Will they be able to pay attention, when needed? Will regulatory and liability frameworks keep up in a world mixed with old and new roadway technologies? Attendees explored these questions and more about the changing risks of the road.
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January 10, 2020
Travelers Hosts Industry Discussion on the Future of Insurance and Autonomous Vehicles, Press Release
May 16, 2019
Travelers Presents Autonomous Vehicles Insurance Recommendations at Republican Governors Association Summit, Press Release
April 1, 2019
Travelers Institute Co-hosts Autonomous Vehicle Symposium at UConn, Press Release