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Opportunities, Challenges, and Policy Suggestions for Preparing a Country Autonomous Cars

EasyChair Preprint no. 9852

3 pagesDate: March 9, 2023


A potentially disruptive yet positive development to our transportation system is autonomous vehicles (AVs). The possible effects of this new technology on traffic congestion, travel patterns, and vehicle safety. Overall, it is predicted that important societal AV impacts in the form of collision saves, travel time reduction, fuel economy, and parking advantages range from $2000 to $4000 per year per AV, and may eventually range from almost $4000 when total crash costs are taken into consideration. However there are still obstacles to execution and widespread market adoption. Early expenses will probably be too expensive. In the US, rather than being set nationwide, licensing and testing criteria are developed at the state level, which might result in differences across states. . In the absence of new privacy regulations, a default lack of privacy for personal travel may become the norm while liability specifics are still unclear and security concerns continue. Details of the implementation, as well as the effects and interactions with other elements of the transportation system, are still unknown. The federal government should increase research in these fields and develop a widely accepted licensing structure for AVs in order to allay these worries, while also deciding on the most suitable liability, security, and data privacy regulations.

Keyphrases: autonomous vehicles, Security, V2X

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  author = {Zartashya Ashraf and Fatima Tahir},
  title = {Opportunities, Challenges, and Policy Suggestions for Preparing a Country Autonomous Cars},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 9852},

  year = {EasyChair, 2023}}
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