Ford gets California approval for testing self-driving cars on roads
DETROIT (Reuters) -- Ford Motor Co. said it procured a license from Ca to start examining its self-driving vehicle on community streets from next year.
Ford, which stated on Tuesday it'll examine its Ford Fusion hybrid-car, joins businesses including Alphabet Inc.'s Google to Volkswagen A G in screening the fast growing self-driving technologies.
Other car-makers currently accepted by Ca contain Honda Motor Co., Daimler AG, Tesla Motors Inc., Nissan Motor Co. and BMW AG.
Ca is one of a handful of states, as well as Michigan, Florida and Nevada, that have handed laws enabling screening of self-driving vehicles on public streets.
Google along with other automotive manufacturers and providers have stated the technologies to create self-driving vehicles ought to prepare yourself by 2020.
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