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Every road vehicle must have a driver able to control it while in motion. These requirements, explicit in two important conventions on road traffic, have an uncertain relationship to the automated motor vehicles that are currently under development—often colloquially called "self-driving" or "driverless." The immediate legal and policy questions are straightforward: Are these requirements consistent with automated driving and, if not, how should the inconsistency be resolved? More subtledoi:10.1017/aju.2020.28 fatcat:sbahyh75ujcbhayivhc6i7b674