The economy in Texas and the rest of the U.S. is founded on the theory of the free market. Demand and supply is supposed to dictate the prices we pay for goods and services. But over the course of time, economy experts have come to appreciate that things aren't so simple.
In a couple of posts early this summer we riffed a bit about the implications that self-driving cars present to the future of driving. In the first of the two posts the question was raised about where liability would rest in the event one of these vehicles got into an accident. And the second highlighted how a majority of insurance industry executives expressed the opinion that it's not a big issue on their radar right now.