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Uber Really Botched Its Driverless Car Debut

Posted on December 22, 2016

An Uber self-driving vehicle on the streets of Pittsburgh (Creative Commons photo from Foo Connor, via Flickr.com license here)
An Uber self-driving vehicle on the streets of Pittsburgh (Creative Commons photo from Foo Connor, via Flickr.com license here)
By rolling out a small fleet of self-driving vehicles in San Francisco without first getting a permit from the California DMV, Uber reverted to an old habit and played chicken with regulators.

Business Insider analysis article here

UPDATE: Arizona Welcomes Uber's Self-Driving Test Vehicles

Related Topics: autonomous vehicles, California operators, driverless cars, regulatory enforcement, San Francisco operators, self-driving vehicles, state regulations, TNCs, Uber

Comments ( 1 )
  • wqaepfoiwe

     | about 3 years ago

    A message to investors: When people sit on a pissed and crapped on seats of these scum co, this whole driverless economy will end as fast as the toilet paper roll in your bathroom. Buy Amazon stocks instead while you can.

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