Uber’s self-driving cars made their first appearance on the streets of San Francisco since the company scaled back its autonomous testing program in the wake of a fatal crash in Arizona. The California DMV reinstated Uber’s permit to test self-driving vehicles on public roads last month. But the company says it will take a cautious approach and only operate two vehicles with safety drivers during daylight hours.
The testing will resume on March 10th and is set to last only a few weeks, a spokesperson said. Uber’s autonomous vehicles, Volvo XC90 SUVs retrofitted with the company’s self-driving hardware and software, will not pick up any passengers.
Uber’s self-driving cars are also on the road in Pittsburgh, Dallas, Washington, DC, and…tech, The Verge, The Verge - All Posts