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Crashes Shake Faith in Driverless Vehicles: AAA

Today, nearly three-quarters (73%) of American drivers report they would be too afraid to ride in a fully self-driving vehicle, up significantly from 63% in late 2017.

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How Disruption Is Affecting the Auto Industry

Disruption in the automotive industry will affect many businesses with close ties to it, including those in wholesale remarketing, health care, and accident litigation.

Uber to End Self-Driving Vehicle Testing in Arizona

According to the Arizona Republic, about 200 Uber employees in Arizona, most of them vehicle drivers, will lose their jobs.

Apple Wants Bigger Bite of Autonomous Vehicle Market

Apple recently expanded its fleet of self-driving cars for testing on public roads in California to 55, which is up from 27 in January.

California Gives Didi Chuxing Self-Driving Test Permit

The state's DMV updated its list of 53 companies that have received permits to test self-driving technology in California on May 10.

Ohio Paves Way for Autonomous Vehicle Testing

Ohio Gov. John Kasich is opening public roads in the state to autonomous vehicle testing in a bid to make Ohio a hub for smart vehicle technology.

Self-Driving Startup to Launch Ride-Hailing in Texas

Drive.ai will gradually on-board partners into the program and allow Frisco residents access to its ride-hailing app beginning in July.

Red-Light Runner Collides With Autonomous Waymo Van

A Waymo self-driving car was involved in a three-vehicle crash on May 4 in a busy shopping district of Chandler, Arizona, that was caused by a red-light runner, according to media reports.

Autonomous Vehicles May Reach Battlefields Before Roads

The Pentagon may deploy self-driving vehicles in combat zones to reduce the risk for military personnel who need to deliver supplies to troops, according to a report on Bloomberg.com.

Drivers Not Ready for Autonomous Vehicles

If given a choice, a whopping 75% of U.S. drivers said they would still rather drive than ride in an autonomous vehicle with 71% noting that they would miss the act of driving, according to a recent survey by CariD.