Cruise, a subsidiary of General Motors, which provides an autonomous taxi service in the United States, decided to withdraw some of its models from traffic after an operating taxi hit a pedestrian.
With the recent introduction of electric cars into our lives, autonomous driving services have continued to develop at the same pace. Cruise, which provides autonomous driving with the support of General Motors in the USA, has been continuing this service for many years.
The accident that occurred during tests in San Francisco, California, in February put the company in a difficult situation. In the statement made on the website of the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, it was decided to withdraw it from traffic because there was an error in the software.