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GM’s Cruise suspends driverless cars amid safety probes

Cruise, the self-driving car company owned by General Motors, has put its driverless operations on hold nationwide after California regulators revoked its license over safety issues.
(1/6) We learned today at 10:30 am PT of the California DMV’s suspension of our driverless permits. As a result, we will be pausing operations of our driverless AVs in San Francisco. https://t.co/A5HAV2WUv7 — cruise (@Cruise) October 24, 2023
As per an AP report, the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) said Cruise had provided false or misleading information about the performance of its autonomous technology, which had recently started carrying passengers in San Francisco.
Cruise is also facing scrutiny from federal authorities, who are looking into reports of possible dangers to pedestrians and passengers from its driverless cars. Earlier the self-driving car company also decided to halve its driving fleet in San Fransisco after the California Department of Motor Vehicles ordered it to limit its fleet by a maximum of 50 by day and 150 by night.

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