SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — California Regulators have requested automotive-hailing service Uber to cease using self-driving automotive service in San Francisco till it will get state allow.
The Related Press first tweeted concerning the regulators calls for Dec. 14 roughly at three:33 p.m., this comes after Uber launched the self-driving car program on Wednesday.
BREAKING: APNewsBreak: California regulators: Uber should cease self-driving automotive service in San Francisco till it will get state allow.
— The Related Press (@AP) December 14, 2016
The tech firm acquired main backlash from state regulators on account of California regulation stating that a check is required for self-driving prototype automobiles. In line with officers, Uber doesn’t have any permits.
In response to state regulation, Uber claimed the regulation doesn’t apply to them as a result of it’s automobiles require a human backup.