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Clyde & Co
Advocate General Bot of the European Court of Justice recently concluded that a property fire caused by an electrical fault in a stationary vehicle parked in a private garage fell within the definition
Clyde & Co
Report proposes restriction of compulsory cover to vehicles used in traffic and exclusion of motor sport
Venner Shipley LLP
Essentially, the world of F1 wants as many cars competing for the win as possible to keep the sport entertaining.
Clyde & Co
The Insurance Post's Motor Insurance Research for 2019 was recently released
Marks & Clerk
"Mark my word: a combination airplane and motorcar is coming. You may smile, but it will come." – Henry Ford, 1940.
Hogan Lovells
Do you work in the automotive & mobility industry in the UK?
Clyde & Co
The Supreme Court has held that vehicle repairs on private property are not considered 'use' of the vehicle for the purposes of the Road Traffic Act.
Clyde & Co
In extremely positive news for insurers, the Supreme Court has unanimously allowed the appeal of Liverpool Victoria, finding a claimant is not entitled to bring a claim against an unnamed driver.
Clyde & Co
The High Court recently provided helpful guidance on the issue of liability where a vehicle exiting a minor road had collided with a motorcycle ...
Cooley LLP
In a non-binding resolution adopted in January 2019, MEPs called for faster innovation in the automated transport sector.
Marks & Clerk
With investment announcements coming thick and fast, and testing taking place on ever more roads, might 2019 be the year of the self-driving vehicle (SDV)?
Clyde & Co
After the turbulence of 2017, legislative developments in the motor arena moved up a gear in 2018, providing motor insurers and legal representatives with much more certainty for the future in respect of large loss claims, and the volume motor sphere.
Clyde & Co
But public scrutiny over safety concerns will not let up.
BCL Solicitors LLP
BCL partner, Richard Reichman and solicitor, Suzanne Gallagher consider the review into the UK's regulatory framework for autonomous vehicles by the Law Commission of England and Wales
Gowling WLG
The Supreme Court handed down judgment today in London Borough of Southwark and another v Transport for London [2018] UKSC 63 ...
Anderson Strathern LLP
There was a compromise between the wild man aspect; seeing the cultures people places and the need for speed.
Gowling WLG
When we drive we are faced with a multitude of different moral decisions that affect our behaviour towards other users on the road.
Marks & Clerk
Traffic is the perennial bane of the motorist, costing countless hours of lost time and turning the dream of the open road into a nightmare of traffic jams snaking as far as the eye can see.
Marks & Clerk
September 22nd is ‘World Car Free Day', when cities around the world temporarily ban cars from the roads in an effort to raise awareness of issues such as carbon emissions and urban pollution.
Squire Patton Boggs LLP
The Law Commission of England, together with the Scottish Law Commission, last week announced a consultation into the laws around the self-driving vehicles ...
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Venner Shipley LLP
Essentially, the world of F1 wants as many cars competing for the win as possible to keep the sport entertaining.
Marks & Clerk
"Mark my word: a combination airplane and motorcar is coming. You may smile, but it will come." – Henry Ford, 1940.
Clyde & Co
The Insurance Post's Motor Insurance Research for 2019 was recently released
Gowling WLG
The automotive sector is subject to a variety of EU regulations covering a range of issues including technical standards, safety, vehicle categorisation and environmental protection.
Hogan Lovells
Do you work in the automotive & mobility industry in the UK?
Dentons
Technology in the rail sector is already in use all around us, from smart cards and contactless payment systems, to WiFi on the tube and the use of drones for asset inspections by Transport for London and Network Rail.
Clyde & Co
The High Court recently provided helpful guidance on the issue of liability where a vehicle exiting a minor road had collided with a motorcycle ...
Clyde & Co
In extremely positive news for insurers, the Supreme Court has unanimously allowed the appeal of Liverpool Victoria, finding a claimant is not entitled to bring a claim against an unnamed driver.
Clyde & Co
The Supreme Court has held that vehicle repairs on private property are not considered 'use' of the vehicle for the purposes of the Road Traffic Act.
Gowling WLG
The Supreme Court handed down judgment today in London Borough of Southwark and another v Transport for London [2018] UKSC 63 ...
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