Q&A with Robert Peterson
Imagine a car that would typically be driven 10,000 miles a year. If that car travels 1,000 miles in manual control and 9,000 miles in self-driving mode, then there’s only going to be 1,000 miles for which the driver might be responsible in an accident. That would drop that liability premium dramatically. There’s the main challenge, particularly for companies with very large books of personal auto.