Do people even look at the road when they’re supposedly driving?
But don’t worry, you can trust the technology.
They don’t want any self-driving cars in their neighborhood.
The company is accused of misrepresenting information about an accident.
It sounds bizarre, but the man claims his MG started driving itself.
But Cruise claims its autonomous taxi isn’t at fault.
Why doesn’t this happen with other brands’ driver assistance technologies?
But is this even constitutionally legal?
This just keeps happening.
This looks similar to the ones in San Francisco!
And the app allegedly was still telling people to use that route long afterward.
Imagine driving on a giant Lego set.
My how times have changed.
The Mozilla Foundation found about half of automakers will hand over your private data to authorities without a warrant. And it gets even worse.
Do you want these in your hometown?
What does this mean for the future of General Motors?