Uber self-driving car
A fleet of Uber's Ford Fusion self-driving cars are shown during a demonstration of self-driving automotive technology in Pittsburgh, Sept. 13, 2016. Reuters/Aaron Josefczyk

Just days after a self-driving Uber was involved in a crash in Arizona, the company has put the vehicles back on the road in San Francisco.

Uber pulled all of its self-driving cars off the road where they’ve been operating in Pennsylvania, California and Arizona following the crash but a spokeswoman confirmed to Tech Crunch that the cars were going to be back on the road in San Francisco Monday.

Read: Uber Self-Driving Cars Pulled Off Roads After car Crash In Arizona

While the cars would be back on the streets of San Francisco, they were still grounded in Pennsylvania and Arizona, but the spokeswoman confirmed that they would be back soon.

The vehicles are autonomous but they currently are operated with a human driver in the front seat who can take over if ever needed. Local reports of the Friday evening crash say there was a person in the front driver’s seat but it was unclear whether or not they were in control at the time of the crash.

Reports say another car failed to yield to the Uber and hit the vehicle, subsequently flipping it over, although nobody involved was injured.

This isn’t the first time Uber’s had some issues with its self-driving vehicles. It originally failed to get the right permits in San Francisco and took its fleet to Arizona instead.

Additionally, calls to #DeleteUber have rung out since January when drivers for the company broke a ban in New York, followed closely by an expose by a former engineer on sexual harassment at the company. Most recently a report revealed that the company had been using “greyball” technology to get around local officials.