Legal landscape in the Germany and India.


  • Mohit Mathur, Dr. Bhawna Bhardwaj



Machine, Autonomous Vehicle, Artificial Intelligence, Digital etc.


The development of independent vehicles Autonomous Vehicles has raised significant legitimate and administrative contemplations in nations around the world. This similar examination analyzes the regulations and guidelines relating to Autonomous Vehicles in Germany and India. India is currently enacting relevant regulations to ensure the responsible integration of Autonomous Vehicles into high-density traffic areas, while Germany has established comprehensive legislation governing AV operations. Insights into how various nations are responding to automotive innovation can be gained by examining the similarities and differences in these two nations approaches. This article also provides an overview of laws regulating autonomous vehicles in Germany and India through comparative analysis by examining commonalities as well as discrepancies between these two countries' approaches to Autonomous Vehicles licensing across public roads, readers will gain insight into how different nations are responding to automative innovation. Germany leads nationwide legislation regarding Autonomous Vehicles use with established provisions governing operations through specific driving codes using Federal Highway Research Institutes such as BAST ensuring industry compliance based on internationally recognized safety standards. In contrast, India is still enacting relevant legislation surrounding this hotly discussed topic by conducting extensive research about how best regulatory guidelines can ensure responsible integration into high-density traffic areas- studying issues like protecting user data privacy rules alongside determining whether or not requiring human-operated back-up drivers tally with road-users' expectations.



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