A self-driving car from GM’s Cruise unit was pulled over by police in San Francisco earlier this week for driving too close to a pedestrian.
CBS Local reports that the autonomous Chevrolet Bolt was pulled over for failing to yield to a pedestrian at a crosswalk. However, Cruise claims that the vehicle kept a safe distance from the pedestrian.
Cruise asserts that the pedestrian was 10.8 feet away from the pedestrian when the vehicle was operating in self-driving mode. The car continued to drive down Harrison at 14th Street before it was pulled over.