California regulators are refusing to disclose details about the insurance Waymo has obtained to begin testing autonomous vehicles with no backup drivers on Bay Area roads.

In a copy of Waymo’s testing program application, obtained by The Recorder through a public records request, the Department of Motor Vehicles redacted information about which companies have insured Waymo’s fleet of 39 Chrysler Pacifica minivans and how much those policies will pay out for potential injuries to the public, property damage and workers’ compensation claims.

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