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Rinspeed Budii Concept autonomous car based on all-electric BMW i3 presented at the 85th Geneva International Motor Show. (Photo: Shutterstock.com)

Vehicles with assisted driving features are already available on the mass market, and connected car technology is quickly reaching a tipping point.

Fully driverless vehicles are not far behind, as car manufacturers and tech giants — including Google, Uber, Tesla and GM — push prototypes through thousands of miles of testing with the promise to enter production. Businesses and consumers aren’t the only ones trying to make sense of a future without human drivers; insurance firms must also find pricing and coverage models that can accommodate the reality of autonomous vehicles.

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