Arizona: The Uber non-driver ‘automatic’ vehicle crashed a woman.
In the United States State Arizona, 49-year-old Elaine Herzberg participated in a roadside street that a non-motor vehicle running automotive car collided on which she was severely injured. The injured woman was shifted to the nearby hospital, where she was under treatment, but she could not be worried.
After the incident, the online taxi company, Uber, started investigating the non-driver-driven automatic taxi-tested service throughout America. On the other hand, auto-making companies have started finding solutions to this problem. The Uber administration has said that protection of human lives is the first priority.
Driving non-driver-making companies in the US, considering the incident as a concern, automobile vehicles at their own level have begun to work for pedestrians. At the time, in the US, Ford, General Motors, Tisla and Vimeo are making automotive vehicles which have been allowed by the Government to bring automotive vehicles to the streets.