Waymo Takes Autonomous Trucks To Texas, New Mexico

Waymo is bringing some of its autonomous, long-haul trucks to two new states.

The Alphabet subsidiary said it also will start driving its Chrysler Pacifica cars along with the trucks in Texas and New Mexico.

The plan is to explore how the Waymo Driver, its autonomous driving system, “might be able to create new transportation solutions,” according to Waymo.

Waymo recently brought some of its Chrysler Pacifica and Jaguar I-Pace test vehicles to Florida to test on roads during heavy rain days.

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  1. R MARK REASBECK from www.USAonly.US , January 23, 2020 at 8:23 p.m.

    It's going to take Waymo people interested in Ghost-driver vehicles, than just the tech nerds that think this is what people want.
    PLUS it costs Waymo than a truck and driver.

    NOBODY WANTS  to be driving next to an unmanned 80,000 pound truck on the Interstate.
    Ask people on the street.

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