Photo Source: www.google.comAutomated cars still require a person in the driver’s seat. Greetings from the Hemet Car Guy, I’ve used ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft quite often when I travel out of town. We found it very helpful and efficient on our trip to Boston, and although at first we had our concerns, we even trusted the drivers to pick up our youngest daughter from high school at times. Now I’ve read General Motors plans to deploy thousands of self-driving electric cars in test fleets in partnership with ride-sharing affiliate Lyft Inc, beginning in 2018. The plan is to modify the Bolt electric vehicle (EV) to a fully autonomous vehicle
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