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Now Playing: Uber’s CEO, John Krafcik, calls for a national debate about auto insurance policy topicsNow Playing: What to expect at CES 2017Now Playing “Uber’s CEO says Uber will continue to invest in the future of the car”Now Playing”Uber will continue its investments in the automotive industry, including autonomous vehicles, and its commitment to driving fewer people around in self-driving cars, John Krofciks executive told CNBC in an interview that was published on Thursday.
He also said the company would be “investing more heavily in the car insurance market” as it invests more in self driving cars.”
We’re going to invest more in that market, and we are committed to that,” Krofcs comments came during a CNBC interview with John Krofs.
Krofcikos comments come amid a growing debate in the auto insurance industry about whether Uber and other companies that make autonomous vehicles should be required to provide coverage for their vehicles in addition to the existing auto insurance policies, or whether they should be allowed to keep operating.
The question has been brought up in recent weeks by consumer advocates and lawmakers, who say that allowing autonomous vehicles to operate on public roads is more likely to result in more accidents.
Krufcikas comments came as he was speaking to CNBC about the company’s future plans.
He was asked about Uber’s future strategy regarding insurance.
He said, “The most important thing is we have a very clear plan and a very focused strategy.
We are committed.
We have a lot of time to get there.
We want to be the first company in the industry to go all the way and get to 100 percent of the industry.
“Krufs comments came ahead of the second day of the Consumer Electronics Show, which is being held in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Kryfciko, who was also featured in the documentary “In the Line of Fire” about the Iraq war, said, “…we have to make it possible for people to live their lives without fear of retribution, and not to have the death sentence as a penalty.
We can’t let that happen in America.””
That’s what I would love to see, and that’s why I’ve always been against the death penalties,” he added.
Krafcikins comments come as Krofs recent remarks have focused on the need to reform the current auto insurance market.”
When you’re a small business, you don’t need the government to tell you what to do,” Krofs comments also came during CNBC’s interview with Krofs, who said that the insurance industry needs to get rid of the outdated “gimmick” of having a single-entity company.
Kruefcika also told CNBC that he has been approached by people who are trying to make a deal with him on the matter.”
They have offered to pay $1 million per month for an auto insurance company.
I’ve been approached,” Kroffs comments also mentioned.
Krifciks comments came amid a continuing debate over the future role of insurance companies in the economy.
He has recently suggested that the government could be able to get out of the business of auto insurance, but has not said if he would do so.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is currently conducting an investigation into the insurance companies, which include the largest companies in auto insurance.
Kroufci’s comments came on the same day that President Donald Trump announced his intention to nominate Robert Lighthizer to head the CFPB, the agency he has said he would dismantle.
Lighthizer has been an advocate for expanding the bureau’s powers and has pushed for the CFO to investigate corporate malfeasance in an effort to put a stop to corporate fraud.