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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
   
"Automated motor vehicle does not include a motor vehicle enabled with 1 or more [[active safety system]]s or [[operator assistance system]]s, including, but not limited to, a [[system]] to provide [[electronic]] blind spot assistance, [[rash avoidance]], emergency braking, parking assistance, [[adaptive cruise control]], lane‑keeping assistance, lane departure warning, or traffic jam and queuing assistance, unless 1 or more of these [[technologies]] alone or in combination with other [[system]]s enable the vehicle on which the [[technology]] is [[install]]ed to operate without any control or [[monitoring]] by an operator."<ref>''Id.''</ref>
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"Automated motor vehicle does not include a motor vehicle enabled with 1 or more [[active safety system]]s or [[operator assistance system]]s, including, but not limited to, a [[system]] to provide [[electronic]] blind spot assistance, [[crash avoidance]], emergency braking, parking assistance, [[adaptive cruise control]], lane‑keeping assistance, lane departure warning, or traffic jam and queuing assistance, unless 1 or more of these [[technologies]] alone or in combination with other [[system]]s enable the vehicle on which the [[technology]] is [[install]]ed to operate without any control or [[monitoring]] by an operator."<ref>''Id.''</ref>
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 21:36, 5 October 2014

Definition

An automated motor vehicle is

a motor vehicle on which automated technology has been installed, either by a manufacturer of automated technology or an upfitter that enables the motor vehicle to be operated without any control or monitoring by a human operator.[1]

Overview

"Automated motor vehicle does not include a motor vehicle enabled with 1 or more active safety systems or operator assistance systems, including, but not limited to, a system to provide electronic blind spot assistance, crash avoidance, emergency braking, parking assistance, adaptive cruise control, lane‑keeping assistance, lane departure warning, or traffic jam and queuing assistance, unless 1 or more of these technologies alone or in combination with other systems enable the vehicle on which the technology is installed to operate without any control or monitoring by an operator."[2]

References

  1. Mich. Public Acts of 2013, Act No. 231 (Dec. 20, 2013).
  2. Id.