Autonomous Vehicles Initiative
The development of autonomous vehicles (AVs) comes with significant public policy questions and challenges – concerning everything from mobility and roadway safety to regulation and liability. Travelers is advancing dialogue with thought leaders on the issue and proposing solutions. The 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.
1) Overview: The AV world today and tomorrow
2) Auto insurance can - and will - meet society's needs in an AV world
3) Critical insurance-related components for AV regulationDownload the Position Paper
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On the Horizon: The Future of Autonomous Vehicles
Tuesday, October 5, 2021 | 2:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m. ET
Driverless ride-hailing programs, truck platoons and autonomous delivery vehicles – the future of our roads will undoubtedly look different than today. Join us for a jam-packed hour looking at autonomous vehicle testing and deployments across Canada and get a peek into the future of a world with AVs. Ontario Associate Transportation Minister Stan Cho will kick off our session with opening comments, then stick around for a lively discussion where we take your questions to our expert panel representing government and industry. Speakers will address the latest in AV technology and commercialization, how AVs may impact roadway safety and discuss the future of auto liability and insurance. Discover what it all means for you and your business. Join us.
Presented by the Travelers Institute, Travelers Canada, the Chartered Insurance Professionals Society, the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada, the Insurance Brokers Association of Ontario, the Insurance Brokers Association of Nova Scotia, the Insurance Brokers Association of Newfoundland & Labrador, the Insurance Brokers Association of New Brunswick, the Insurance Brokers Association of Saskatchewan, the Insurance Brokers Association of Manitoba, the Insurance Brokers Association of British Columbia, and the Insurance Brokers Association of Alberta.Watch Replay