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After a long dispute between the DMV and Uber, the company can now resume working on its self-driving car technology.

Uber’s new permit allows the company to continue working on a pilot program that restricts them to operate only two autonomous vehicles as opposed to the original 16 used in December. During the December launch, Uber ran into issues with the DMV citing that they were breaking the law and needed to halt operations until getting a $150 permit.


 

Uber refused to pay and the DMV pulled registrations for 16 of the autonomous vehicles. Last week, Uber decided to conform to California rules and apply for the permit.On Wednesday, Uber confirmed that it will not work continue with passengers onboard as before.  As of yet, the self-driving vehicles have not returned to the streets.





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