Uber’s self-driving vehicle tests on the streets of San Francisco ended earlier this week when the California DMV stepped in. The state revoked the registrations on Uber’s self-driving cars after the company flew in the face of both city and state officials, claiming it would continue operating in San Francisco without a permit. After all the back and forth, Uber is now taking its self-driving tests elsewhere — specifically to the streets of Arizona.
Although Uber hinted that such a move was likely, San Jose Mercury News reporter Marisa Kendall broke the news on Twitter today:
— Marisa Kendall (@MarisaKendall) December 22, 2016
An Uber spokesperson also told TechCrunch, that the vehicles actually shipped out for Arizona on a truck on Tuesday and that they will start rolling out there “in the next few weeks” with the approval of Arizona Governor Doug Ducey.
This story is still developing…