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But these safety features do significantly reduce the chance of having a wreck.
The NHTSA and other regulators are looking into Zoox's self-certification for public roads.
Safety issues and job security are a driving force behind the legislation.
The city wants glitchy driverless robotaxis to stay out of downtown, and is looking to the state for support.
Waymo's parent company, Alphabet, recently cut 12,000 jobs of its own.
Cruise vehicles need one more state regulator to give the OK before they can take to the roads unrestricted.
General Motors subsidiary Cruise is branching out from fares at night to carrying passengers in daylight.
The good news is, Ford and Volkswagen will absorb parts of the company and retain some of the employees.
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From Tesla to Waymo, self-driving cars still suck at the basics.
Instead, it’s going to rely on its camera package to handle close-range object detection.
Of course, the tests are pretty specific, so take it all with a grain of salt.
Things are not going smoothly for GM's autonomous taxi company.
Across the city, 60 vehicles stopped dead in the streets after they lost touch with the Cruise server.
This story was originally published on October 29, 2020