$GM Cruise Becomes First Official US Robotaxi

Thus far, only available in San Francisco:


A commercial AV ridehail service is three things: driverless, public, and fared. Last fall, our CEO Kyle Vogt took the first fully driverless ride; in February we began welcoming members of the public to experience our service; and now we’re going commercial.

Today, we received the first-ever Driverless Deployment Permit granted by the California Public Utilities Commission, which allows us to charge a fare for the driverless rides we are providing to members of the public here in San Francisco. This means that Cruise will be the first and only company to operate a commercial, driverless ridehail service in a major U.S. city

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1) $GM Cruise becomes the first licensed US Robotaxi service. Available in their hometown of San Francisco, CA. Congrats to your team for your stringent testing which did not endanger the lives of innocent people.

2) $GM daily, weekly, and monthly charts - - -

Just bought one share of $GM, lol, for the new Robotaxi biz. I favor $F, $VWAGY, and $HYMTF over $GM in evs at this moment, but that could change too.

But the Robotaxi biz is something which I’m still mystified by as I have questions about associated costs. Having once run the largest taxi outfit in the Keys, I have questions about upkeep, cleaning, vandalism, illicit drug sales, etc., inside a cab with no driver.