In the wake of the crash, Uber and Lyft announced they were suspending the ride-sharing services for two weeks, and the driverless cars have been operating in California since late January.
The ride-hailing companies say the drivers are being unfairly penalized because they are doing their jobs and aren’t breaking any laws.
The issue of driverless vehicles has been a hot topic in the US.
Drivers are typically required to carry a driver in their car, and some cities have banned them altogether.
Uber and the other ride-sharing services have been lobbying to have their driverless technology tested and certified by the US government.
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Uber has been the largest player in the industry and the industry is not shy about its desire to be the industry standard.
Uber’s CEO Travis Kalanick said last month that the company was “really excited” about being the industry leader and its driverless fleet would allow people to get to work more safely.
The company has also hired some of the most prominent venture capitalists in the world, including Bill Gates, Elon Musk and Warren Buffett.
Uber also launched an automated car that would drive itself across California in 2019.
The new vehicle, called the Uber X, is expected to be ready in 2021.