Look closely at those white Jaguars in San Francisco — no drivers!

The vehicles have been under development for years, but Google-owned Waymo and Cruise, which is owned by General Motors, are now offering robot-driven cars to ferry passengers in San Francisco.

ARI SHAPIRO, HOST:

San Francisco is known for the Bay, the bridge, the hills and now self-driving cars. More and more of them are picking up riders on the city’s streets. NPR tech reporter Bobby Allyn went to check them out.

BOBBY ALLYN, BYLINE: A video went viral last month. In it San Francisco, police pull over a car with its headlights on. As officers approached the vehicle, someone shouts at

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