Arizona’s Revolt Against Self Driving Cars Should Be A Wake Up Call To The Companies That Make Them

Perhaps most importantly, according to our analysis of test results out of California, many self-driving cars are simply not ready to drive themselves. A number of them cannot go more than a few hundred miles without needing a human driver to take over. Some have difficulty handling pot holes, extreme weather, ambulances and bicyclists, among other things.

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