First car that doesn’t require an actual driver hits the streets of Nevada, and it’s legal
Just when you think the world couldn’t get anymore advanced, it just did. Google revealed today that they’ve finally gained permission and a license at that, to begin use of ‘driverless cars‘ in other words, you probably won’t actually be behind the wheel from this point if you live in the state of Nevada.
Such cars aren’t yet available to the public, (we’re sure they will be within 6 months time) as DMV officials in Carson City say they are at the forefront of allowing such cars on the streets of their beloved state.
Definitely have to turn to our readers for this one. How do you feel about this?
- Google’s driverless cars approved for use in Nevada (slashgear.com)
- Google Tests Driverless Cars On Public Roads (news.sky.com)
- Google’s driverless cars will be driving around Nevada (digitaltrends.com)
- Google’s Driverless Car | Shocking Effects & Information (aptusinsurance.com)
- Google’s self-driving car tests get Nevada OK (cbc.ca)