Waymo is the first company that’s allowed to test autonomous cars without a backup driver in California (GOOGL)

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  • Waymo received a permit from California’s Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) on Tuesday to test autonomous vehicles without human backup drivers on public roads, the DMV said in a statement.
  • The Google spin-off is the first company to receive permission to test unmanned self-driving cars in California.
  • California adopted regulations that allow for the testing of self-driving cars without safety drivers in April, a milestone that could eventually pave the way for an autonomous ride-hailing service.

 

Waymo received a permit from California’s Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) on Tuesday to test autonomous vehicles without human backup drivers on public roads, the DMV said in a statement, making the Google spin-off the first company to receive permission to test unmanned self-driving cars in California.

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