The Uber company announced their self-driving cars are off the road and will stop all testing modes because of a deadly accident in Tempe, Arizona. The Uber self-driving car hit a pedestrian female while crossing the street and was pronounced dead at the hospital. The victim was a 49 year old female named Elaine Herzberg when she was transported to a local hospital where she passed away from injuries. The Uber company is pulling off all self-driving cars in San Francisco and other municipal cities for safety reasoning. The Tempe police officer Sgt. Ronald Elcock mentioned the Uber self-driving car was in autonomous driving mode when the accident happened including a driver inside the car. An investigation is planned for the unfortunate situation and NTSB (National Transportation Safety Board) will send a team of investigators.

"The opportunity was given and welcoming self-driving cars because of the technology promise of services in many areas" said Mark Mitchell, Mayor, City of Tempe, Arizona. #EliteLimousine driver's background is lawfully checked and cleared to operate passenger transporting vehicles, and all fleet vehicles are always cleaned with eco-cleaning solutions without toxin, to keep car interiors environmentally safe and healthy for passengers. All Elite Limousine fleet vehicles are maintained according to "current safety provisions" and monitored to be consistent with legal emission levels for our environment, keeping our environmental climate healthy based on surveys our international media network received.

"Your driver was amazingly wonderful and did a great job," said Janice Combs, local business customer. #EliteLimousine performs authentic face-to-face questionnaire surveys with customers, and 97% of customers sharing very satisfied with transportation services provided by #EliteLimousine, per evidence-based information our survey department received!

2016 S-Class Mercedes: