AAMVA has established an Autonomous Vehicle Information Sharing Group to gather, organize and share information with the AAMVA community related to the development, design, testing, use and regulation of autonomous vehicles and other emerging vehicle technology.
New technology has been developed and continues to evolve that allows vehicles to be operated with less human interaction than is required today. The AAMVA community needs to be aware of the capabilities of the technology as it emerges, use this information to develop short and long range plans within their vehicle and driver programs, as well as gain an understanding of the effects on governmental policies and regulations, roadway infrastructure, legal aspects and law enforcement, environmental factors, insurance coverage, driver's licenses and more. It will become increasing necessary to develop plans to regulate the vehicles, the manufactures and operators as the technology becomes available.
AAMVA Staff Liaison: Cathie Curtis, Director, Vehicle Programs
Ontario’s Pilot Regulation to Test Automated Vehicles (Oct. 13, 2015)
Driverless Cars in the UK: Regulatory Review (February 2015)
Presentations to Autonomous Vehicle Information Sharing Group on 2-19-2014
The Autonomous Vehicle Information Sharing Group (the group) will assist the AAMVA community by providing information that will: