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San Francisco approves GM's Cruise to give driverless taxi rides overnight
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Cruise is going to be ghost riding into the night.
The General Motors-owned autonomous ride-hailing service has been granted a permit by San Francisco to begin offering rides to the public in it driverless vehicles.
The permit allows Cruise to operate a fleet of 30 vehicles within a set zone they have been optimized for, but only between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. for the time being, in order to reduce the probability for accidents.
A Cruise spokesman told FOX Business that it will start charging for rides within the next couple of weeks.