Google’s self driving car gets Nevada driver’s license

Cars without drivers may soon be giving cab drivers in Nevada a run for their money. The state of Nevada has approved license for America’s first self-driving vehicle. Google has been working with Toyota to modify a version of their Toyota Prius. The drive-less car that uses cameras mounted on its roof, radar sensors, and a laser range finder to navigate its way through traffic. Google has been conducting tests on their driver-less cars for several years now, including a much publicized crossing of San Francisco’s Golden Gate bridge. Google says their test car has covered 140,000 miles with no accidents.

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