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October 2016 Archives

Beer shipment made by self-driving truck

A great deal of shipping activity here in the U.S. occurs on the nation’s roads. All kinds of goods are transported via semi truck. Currently, these trucks are helmed by human drivers. This could soon be changing, both here in California and throughout the country. Given what’s happening with self-driving technology, it is not unthinkable that we could, in the not-too-distant future, be in a world where a majority of the trucks involved in shipping are controlled by computer drivers.

California Moves towards Officially Allowing Lane Splitting for Motorcycles

California Assembly member Bill Quirk has sponsored a bill that would make it officially legal for lane splitting in the state of California. The bill AB 51 was passed and signed by Governor Jerry Brown on August 19, 2016. It officially defines lane splitting (also referred to as lane sharing) and authorizes the California Highway Patrol (CHP) to come up with safety guidelines.

Tesla says new Autopilot may have prevented deaths

Months after the first known death by a Tesla driver using their Autopilot self-driving technology, another fatal accident involving a Chinese driver allegedly also using Autopilot was revealed last month. Tesla is investigating the incidents, and has claimed that their new version of Autopilot may have prevented those accidents.

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