Feb 5, 2020
Uber self-driving cars allowed back on California roads
Ride-hailing firm Uber has been issued a permit by the Department of Motor Vehicles in California to test self-driving cars on public roads. Uber scaled back its autonomous car operations following the incident. Before the fatal crash, Uber's self-driving cars were being tested in four locations in the United States - Phoenix, Toronto, Pittsburgh and San Francisco. California has granted permits to 66 companies in total to test autonomous vehicles, but Uber is the only one that has been involved in a fatal crash. Uber stopped its testing on public roads following a crash in March 2018 that took the life of Elaine Herzberg, aged 49.
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