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US state California allows Cruise to transport passengers in driverless test vehicles

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Cruise may not charge passengers for the rides

According to a press statement on the Verge dated 5 June, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) granted the self-driving technology startup, whose principal stakeholder is General Motors, permission to provide public rides in its autonomous prototypes on Californian highways on 4 June.

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