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Just a few months after the state’s DMV sanctioned the testing of self-driving cars without human drivers onboard, the California Public Utilities Commission will allow them to carry passengers in a pilot program. However, companies won’t be allowed to charge for those rides, reports the San Francisco Examiner.

Read full story here.

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Just a few months after the state's DMV sanctioned the testing of self-driving cars without human drivers onboard, the California Public Utilities Commission will allow them to carry passengers in a pilot program. However, companies won't be allowed to charge for those rides, reports the San Francisco Examiner. Read full story here.