San Francisco allows driverless taxis

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Self-driving cars have been around for a long time in San Francisco. We have in Europe, as often, a delay. Furthermore, from now on, robotaxis can also be used on the road. Some even allow themselves some fantasies in these cars.

San Francisco has given the green light

San Francisco is becoming a unique testing ground for robotaxi services. Waymo and Cruise companies are now allowed to carry paying passengers in driverless self-driving cars.

With its decision, the California regulator overcame resistance from the city’s transit company and some residents.

A subsidiary of Google and General Motors

Waymo is a sister company to Google, Cruise is owned by automotive giant General Motors. Both companies have been testing self-driving cars in San Francisco for years. Currently, however, only some of their vehicles are driving without a human behind the wheel.

Freedoms in the robot taxi?

According to a report, a man has performed at least six separate sex acts in robotaxis, ranging from impromptu makeup sessions to sexual activities, without limits. There’s no one to tell you, ‘You can’t do that’. “It gets to the point where you’re more and more comfortable, and if you’re with someone, like a more serious partner, it can escalate into other activities.”

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