Monty Python Meets Tesla Self-Driving
The following represents such an extraordinary lapse in legal mental acuity that it seems more like a scene from Monty Python than a newspaper article. That it happens concurrent with Boris Johnson’s term as British Prime Minister is hugely and comically appropriate. The metaphor of self-driving-gone-wrong and Johnson’s occupation of Number 10 is just the rib-tickler we need to assuage the disaster brewing in Ukraine.
Bring it on, John Cleese. Give it a go.
Unfortunately, Monty is a character rather than a person and John was busy elsewhere. At least I suppose he was, he didn’t return my calls. So, you and I will have to brave it out ourselves. Here’s the article:
(Guardian UK) Self-driving car users should have immunity from offences – report: Law commissions recommend that vehicle users should not face regulatory sanctions if something goes wrong.
I am not making this up for a cheap gag, so help me god.
Users of self-driving cars should have immunity from a wide range of motoring offence…