Autonomous electric trucking relies on clear regulatory channels

Einride offers a glimpse of the regulatory and government affairs situation as it seeks to commercialise electric self-driving vehicles

Bringing zero-emission, connected and autonomous freight to market is a laudable endeavour in terms of the safety and environmental benefits, but the regulations associated with these innovation areas represent a significant burden. “You are not going to move in this space if you’re not dealing with regulations and regulatory affairs—at the federal level as well as the state and municipal level,” says Michelle Avary, Vice President of Product Strategy and Government Affairs at Einride.

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