PAVE writes Senate Commerce Committee on importance of clear consumer information

Partners for Automated Vehicle Education co-chairs Kelly Nantel of the National Safety Council and Brad Stertz of Audi USA recently wrote to leaders of the Senate Commerce Committee as the committee prepared to hold its Nov. 20 hearing, “Highly Automated Vehicles: Federal Perspectives on the Deployment of Safety Technology.”

In their letter, PAVE’s co-chairs emphasized “the need for public information on automated vehicles to be accurate and fact-based, to accurately portray the capabilities and limitations of advanced vehicle technologies, and to avoid misleading drivers by creating an inaccurate impression of those capabilities.”

You can read their letter here.