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The autonomous Bolts GMs self-driving start-up has running around San Francisco have been involved in 22 accidents during 2017– none of which were the software’s fault, legally that is.

Cruise Automation has been using a fleet of self-driving Chevrolet Bolts to log autonomous miles in an urban environment since GM purchased the company for more than $1 billion in 2016. When you’re trying to disrupt personal transportation as we know it and develop a new technology standard there are bound to be a few incidents.



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Chevy's Self Driving Bolts Are Racking Up The Wrecks - Why Is It Never The Software's Fault?

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