Facebook

You are here: Home // State

Google’s self-driving cars and others get permits to drive in California – The Verge

Design & Trend Google's self-driving cars and others get permits to drive in CaliforniaThe VergeBut starting this month, Google and any other ambitious automakers need to get permits from state of California to unleash self-driving vehicles on public roads. Last week, the state Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) handed out its first 29 permits …California Permits Google's Self-Driving... 

Google’s self-driving cars and others get permits to drive in California – The Verge

Design & Trend Google's self-driving cars and others get permits to drive in CaliforniaThe VergeBut starting this month, Google and any other ambitious automakers need to get permits from state of California to unleash self-driving vehicles on public roads. Last week, the state Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) handed out its first 29 permits …California issues testing permits for... 

Google’s self-driving cars and others get permits to drive in California – The Verge

Design & Trend Google's self-driving cars and others get permits to drive in CaliforniaThe VergeBut starting this month, Google and any other ambitious automakers need to get permits from state of California to unleash self-driving vehicles on public roads. Last week, the state Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) handed out its first 29 permits …Google Receives 25 Permits For Driverless... 

California’s Republican party is almost nonexistent. But, why? – Washington Post (blog)

California's Republican party is almost nonexistent. But, why?Washington Post (blog)A recurring theme raised its head at last weekend's California Republican convention in Los Angeles: How to curtail the party's evaporation in the state. Fifteen years ago, 35 percent of registered voters were Republican. Today, 28 percent are. Sen. and more »  Read More →

California’s Republican party is almost nonexistent. But, why? – Washington Post (blog)

California's Republican party is almost nonexistent. But, why?Washington Post (blog)A recurring theme raised its head at last weekend's California Republican convention in Los Angeles: How to curtail the party's evaporation in the state. Fifteen years ago, 35 percent of registered voters were Republican. Today, 28 percent are. Sen. and more »  Read More →
© Copyright 2014 The Fresno News. All Rights Reserved.
Web Development by Sogware