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Road traffic

Test drive

Peter James speculates on how driverless and autonomous vehicles will be regulated in the years to come and who would be liable in an accident

Many road traffic cases are not clear cut

'Offending drivers' are prosecuted on the basis of the prosecution's point of view and their expert's opinion. Are they right, or is there another stance, or mitigation, asks Nicola Beckwith-Elliott

Road traffic accident update

It is better to arrive late than not at all, says Roger Cooper, who discusses how speed and use of blues and twos affect negligence cases involving emergency vehicles

Tackling the whiplash epidemic

Reform of the medico-legal reporting system should not be seen as the panacea for delivering further reductions in car insurance premiums, says James Dalton