Making AV Safety a Priority
“The Center for Auto Safety advocacy group said Latta’s bill “contains no regulatory or testing requirements to improve public confidence in the long-term safety of driverless vehicles.”
“Unfortunately for that public that NHTSA is supposed to serve, this initiative will provide little, if any, relevant safety information,” said Jason Levine, Executive Director of the Center for Auto Safety. “In the best case scenario this will be a map identifying only those manufacturers who choose to participate. In the worst case it will be a collage of unreliable data masquerading as proof of safety with a veneer of respectability provided by NHTSA’s implicit endorsement.”
DOT Ignores Lawful Petition On Self-Driving Cars, Instead Chooses to Accept Whatever Table Scraps of Data Industry Chooses to Provide. June 15, 2020.
Center for Auto Safety Response to FCC comment request on Docket No. 19-138. March 5, 2020.
Center for Auto Safety comment on RFC on ADAS Test Procedures. March 5, 2020.
Center for Auto Safety Statement on White House and DOT “AV 4.0” Document. January 8, 2020.
What airbag recalls can teach about driverless cars. Orlando Sentiel. February 26, 2020.
Opinion: We need autonomous vehicle laws. The Detroit News. November 21, 2019.
|COUNTERPOINT: Are self-driving cars a good idea? Think safety first. The Illinois Business Journal. October 7, 2019.|
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|Robocar Bill Stays Stalled, but DMS Climbs Hill. EE Times. July 4, 2020.|
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