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Autonomous Vehicle Federal Regulation

Despite last minute efforts to address concerns of various groups who opposed the bill, Members of the 115th Congress ultimately failed to pass the American Vision for Safer Transportation through Advancement of Revolutionary Technologies Act (AV Start Act), before the end of their session on the last week of 2018. The AV Start Act would … Continue reading this entry

Congress Faces Tough Questions on the Road to Governing Self-Driving Cars

Jay Leno – himself a consummate car guy – once quipped: “A new study published by The British Medical Journal found that inactivity can kill you.  I mean, these are the kinds of findings that just scare the hell out of Congress.”… Continue reading this entry

Google Asks Congress For Self-Driving Car Help

As reported almost everywhere, on Tuesday, March 15, Google told a Senate Hearing that Congress should pass legislation regulating self-driving cars. Google, through Chris Urmson (Director, Self-Driving Cars), explained that already there are 53 pieces of legislation in 23 states that relate to self-driving cars. Understandably, and predictably, these are not always consistent.… Continue reading this entry

Are You Providing Your Warranty Correctly? Congress Just Passed a Law!

Believe it or not, Congress passed a law. That law impacts how you, Automotive Industry Company, are providing your warranties (hopefully, limited warranties with limited remedies – but that is a topic for another post). The E-Warranty Act of 2015 now permits disclosure of consumer warranty terms via the “manufacturer’s” website. That is right Automotive … Continue reading this entry