Uber of all companies should know how fast things move in the tech world. One day you’re grumbling about not being able to catch a cab and the next you’re ordering a ride from someone you’ve never met using your smartphone. Or, say, one day you launch a self-driving fleet of Volvo XC90s in San Francisco and hours later the state’s regulators tell you to shut the pilot program down or face the consequences. The AP reports that the California Department of Motor Vehicles sent Uber a letter saying it must get a permit for its autonomous cars.

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California Threatens Uber With Shut Down Of Self Driving Fleet

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