Google’s Self-Driving Cars Will Be Hitting Public Roads in the Coming Months

The self-driving car revolution is upon us … kind of. Google has announced that its fleet of high-tech, self-driving cars will be unleashed on public roads in Mountain View, California, later this summer—with some caveats. Up to now, the vehicles have mainly been tested on closed test roads to see how their driverless technology (with no steering wheel or pedals) will actually work. The new vehicles however, which will be driven on actual streets, will have many of the normal controls of traditional cars as well as a “safety driver” and a max speed of 25 MPH. It’s not exactly an overnight revolution, but it may be one step closer to making driverless cars a reality …

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