Waymo, a fully autonomous ride-hailing service is making its official debut for all riders in downtown Phoenix. The cars had been available for trusted testers in the downtown area and after millions of miles tested in real life, and in simulation, they are all set for the public. Some Phoenix residents have used the service in other cities like Chandler in Tempe, while others are a bit more skeptical about using a self-driving car. FOX 10's Lindsey Ragas has the story.
Electric vehicles are really heavy, and that’s bad news for our roads, our environment and passenger survivability in crashes. The weight increase also complicates things for the safety watchdog groups dedicated to crash-testing new vehicles. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety had to rig up the heaviest vehicles it’s ever tested to make sure its evaluation equipment is up to the challenge.
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