Google’s Self-Driving Cars Not Ticketed For Once After 1.2 Million Miles

Posted: Nov 13 2015, 4:15am CST | by , in News | Technology News

 
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Google is leading the pack in the emerging world of autonomous or self-driving cars, and it just disclosed its car has covered 1.2 million miles and not ticketed for once despite being flagged down like any other cars by traffic officers.

1.2 million miles of autonomous driving can be equated to 90 years of a human driver slaving away behind the wheels.

Google is therefore proud to announce that despite the fact that people flag down the car to inquire more into autonomous driving project, the car has never been ticketed by any traffic police officer for driving violations.

And to make the cars safer to use on public roads, the company has placed its speed at 25 mph max – out of safety reasons. This will make the self-driving cars approachable and friendly to all, rather than a self-intelligent machine that just zooms across neighborhood streets with little control or restrictions.


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