Uber has resumed testing of its autonomous vehicles in the United States, following a collision in Tempe, Arizona on Friday that left one of its Volvo SUVs flipped on its side, reveals TechCrunch.

After conducting a thorough investigation into the incident, a spokeswoman told the publication that Uber is confident in returning its remaining self-driving test cars to the road, effective immediately.

If the Volvo SUV was found to be responsible, the inquiry would have lasted a lot longer, but seeing as local police determined the crash happened after a human-driven vehicle failed to yield to the Uber, the firm has no reason to halt its autonomous fleet.

Atestament tothe safety of modern cars

Fortunately, at the time of the accident, the Uber wasn't carrying a passenger (except the driver, of course), and nobody involved was reported seriously injured — a testament to the safety of modern cars.