By Rhiannon Williams in iNews.
British driver-less car owners will be forced to take out two insurance policies as a precaution, the government will announce. The Department for Transport is due to announce dual insurance plans for autonomous or driver-less cars, covering situations when the driver and car is in control respectively. In the event of a car crashing while in autonomous driving mode, claims against the vehicle will be paid by insurance companies who will recover the costs from the responsible party. In some circumstances, this may be the manufacturer, and will also cover the car being intercepted by hackers.
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