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FREMONT, Calif. (Reuters) – Self-driving startups like Cruise and Pony.ai have begun testing their driverless cars in some parts of California in the past year, with an additional feature: human operators. Still, a remote operator will monitor vehicles and provide guidance when the vehicles run into trouble, Peng said. Cruise, majority-owned by General Motors Co, started operating five driverless vehicles in San Francisco at night in October 2020 with a human in the front seat. “Cruise views the development of self-driving vehicles as not only a tech race, but also a trust race,” the spokesman added. California laws “call for a two-way communication link that allows the manufacturer to continuously monitor the (driverless) vehicle’s location/status,” the California Department of Motor Vehicles said in a statement to Reuters.
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