Why Driverless Cars Don’t Require a Bunch of New Laws

Anyone who’s encountered the debate about driverless cars has probably heard that it’s legal questions as much as technology that’s keeping the autonomous vehicles from broad production.
Specifically, if my car hits your car but neither of us is driving, then who’s to blame?
A new report from the Brookings Institution argues this concern is likely overblown and that “subject to a few narrow exceptions, existing tort and contract law frameworks are generally very well equipped to address these questions.”