AUTOMATED & EV ACT 2018

 

AN ACT TO MAKE PROVISI0N FOR INSURING DRIVERLESS VEHICLES AND REFUELING HYDROGEN AND BATTERY ELECTRICS

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THE AUTOMATED and ELECTRIC VEHICLES ACT 2018  CHAPTER 18 [19th July 2018]

 

PART 1 Automated vehicles: liability of insurers etc.

7 Report by Secretary of State on operation of this Part

(1) The Secretary of State must prepare a report assessing
(a) the impact and effectiveness of section 1;
(b) the extent to which the provisions of this Part ensure that appropriate insurance or other arrangements are made in respect of vehicles that are capable of safely driving themselves.
(2) The report must be laid before Parliament no later than two years after the first publication of the list under section 1.

Automated and Electric Vehicles Act 2018

 

THE AUTOMATED and ELECTRIC VEHICLES ACT 2018  Introductory Text

PART 1 Automated vehicles: liability of insurers etc

1. Listing of automated vehicles by the Secretary of State
2. Liability of insurers etc where accident caused by automated vehicle
3. Contributory negligence etc
4. Accident resulting from unauthorised software alterations or failure to update software
5. Right of insurer etc to claim against person responsible for accident
6. Application of enactments
7. Report by Secretary of State on operation of this Part
8. Interpretation

PART 2 Electric vehicles: charging  

 

Introductory  -  9. Definitions

Requirements and prohibitions

10. Public charging or refuelling points: access, standards and connection
11. Large fuel retailers etc: provision of public charging or refuelling points
12. Duty to consider making regulations under section 11(1)(a) on request by elected mayor
13. Information for users of public charging or refuelling points
14. Transmission of data relating to charge points
15. Smart charge points

General and supplementary

16. Enforcement
17. Exceptions
18. Regulations
19. Report by Secretary of State on operation of this Part


PART 3 Miscellaneous and general

20. Minor and consequential amendments
21. Commencement
22. Extent
23. Short title

SCHEDULE MINOR AND CONSEQUENTIAL AMENDMENTS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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