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Fully Autonomous Cars Still a Dream : Nissan First Self Driving Car

Still, there are many bugs to work out. In California, where the laws allow for autonomous cars, Google self-driving cars have been driven on the highways by Google employees. They have logged close to 500,000 miles without any problems. The possibility of Google self-driving cars being available for the general public is still years away. Autonomous cars would make roads safer. One fourth of all auto accidents are caused by distracted diving. Computers can in many ways do a better job driving than people. Self driving cars would save money, if drivers don’t have to stop to sleep, deliveries could be made sooner.

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