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More top storiesFrom the archives:The Wall Street, February 22, 2018At the heart of the U-Haul business is the driverless truck.
For decades, trucks were driven manually, often at high speeds and at great risk.
But with automation, trucks can now move from one place to another, without needing to worry about safety.
They can even drive themselves.
In 2019, Uber, a ride-hailing startup, unveiled the autonomous truck, the UberPOOL, which could soon drive from the Bay Area to the Northeast.
And in the coming years, Lyft and Waymo, the ride-sharing company, will be the first companies to bring self-driving vehicles to the U.-Haul market.
The company behind Uber, Waymo and Lyft is Otto, a Palo Alto, California-based startup founded by two former employees of Google.
The company plans to have a fleet of about 10,000 self-drive trucks by 2020, about one-third of them with driverless technology.
Otto is part of a new wave of companies that are making strides in self-driving technology.
The biggest is Otto Technologies, a San Francisco-based start-up founded in 2008.
The firm is focused on making self-driven cars easier to operate.
In 2018, it launched the Otto Autonomous Truck and Trailer, a $1,400 pickup truck that uses a network of sensors and cameras to sense its surroundings and adjust its route based on what’s happening around it.
The trailer, which weighs about 2,300 pounds, is the company’s first fully automated truck.
Osteos is also developing its own autonomous driving software that can control the truck’s speed, brake and acceleration, and will also be able to drive itself.
Odyssey Technologies, founded in 2009 by former Google employees, is an Austin, Texas-based company that develops autonomous driving systems for commercial vehicles.
Its technology includes its Otto Truck, which is the world’s largest self-balancing truck.
It is designed to be fully autonomous, but it can be used to pull a trailer to a curb or tow a trailer.
Its self-control system is based on software developed by Carnegie Mellon University, and it is now being tested in the United States.
It’s been a while since anyone has been able to ride an autonomous truck in the world, but that’s about to change.
A fleet of autonomous Otto trucks will be rolled out this year in California, where they are expected to hit the road in 2019.