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Self-driving trucks begin mail delivery test for U.S. Postal Service

Premium Times Nigeria Tuesday, 21 May 2019
The trucks will travel on major interstates and pass through Arizona, New Mexico and Texas.

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News video: The USPS Is Testing Self-Driving Mail Trucks

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Gizmodo reports that the United States Postal Service will begin testing self-driving mail delivery trucks. The USPS is partnering with San Diego-based startup TuSimple in a two-week pilot program to deliver mail between Dallas and Phoenix. The program will involve five round trips totaling over...

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