San Francisco Crash Prompts Cruise to Recall Entire Fleet of Self-Driving Cars

General Motors-owned Cruise faces challenges as the company announced a recall of its driverless vehicles following a pedestrian-related crash in San Francisco. The recall involves a software update to improve the vehicle’s post-collision response, and Cruise has issued the update to its test vehicles. The company also faces potential layoffs as it seeks to rebuild public trust after the incident. Moreover, repeated incidents with driverless cars have led to a suspension of Cruise’s permits, highlighting the need for overhauling the company’s approach to safety. In response, Cruise is taking additional steps, including hiring a chief safety officer and engaging an outside law firm to better understand the company’s response to the crash. These efforts are part of Cruise’s commitment to transparency and improvement.


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