We continue to help investigators in any way we can, and we’ll keep a dialogue open with the governor’s office going forward. - spokesperson Matt KallmanArizona is friendlier than other US states letting in driverless technologies to prep for public roads. Two weeks before the accident, Ducey approved the cars without safety drivers. However, there was a driver in the car when the accident took place. In relevance to the matter, Massachusetts last week quietly asked the companies to take off for a few days from test driving on the road. The cars were driven elsewhere. The Arizona ban Uber is yet another pushback for the entire autonomous industry that was on a smooth progress 10 days before. While public safety comes before new experiments, Uber do want the latter to come back soon enough, this time with safer technologies of course. Stay with us to follow developments in this case.
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