By Ricardo Cano | San Francisco Chronicle
The DMV, one of the the state’s regulators for self-driving cars, said there is no set timeline for the suspension. At this time, the DMV says the suspension of Cruise’s driverless ops is based on the determination that “the manufacturer’s vehicles are not safe for the public’s operation.”
Cruise and Waymo both got regulatory approval in August to commercially operate their robotaxis at all hours in San Francisco. The DMV ordered Cruise to cut its fleet in half a week after its approved expansion as it investigated several recent crashes involving Cruise robotaxis.
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