Uber is working to mend its relationship with regulators as pressure increases for the company to enhance its business practices. Uber on Wednesday acquired the required permit to put its self-driving vehicles back on California streets, acknowledging the state’s rules after a battle with regulators in December and refusal to apply for the $150 permit.
Uber stated on Thursday its self-driving test cars and trucks had departed from California to start testing in Arizona, after California revoked the registration of the automobiles, which it said did not have the proper licenses. ” Our cars departed for Arizona today by truck,” said an Uber representative. “We’ll be expanding our self-driving pilot
Uber Technolgies Inc once again defied an order by California regulators that the ride-services company request for a permit to test self-driving cars, setting up a possible legal fight. Uber stated its self-driving cars, unveiled to the public on Wednesday, would stay on the road, and repeated its defiance of an order from the California
California’s chief law officer Kamala Harris threatened legal action against Uber unless it “immediately” eliminates its self-driving from the roads of San Francisco. The danger from the workplace of the outgoing attorney general was contained in a letter provided to the public Friday shortly after Uber stated it would defy state policies, a move the