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What happens when your self-driving Google car gets a ticket?

21
May
2014

Google’s self-driving car project may still be in its infancy, but one day the system it proposes will be available to consumers at large, who’ll be able to have their cars driven for them instead of having to actually do the deed themselves. While Google is further developing its driverless car, legislation also needs to be adapted to address potential legal problems of the future, such as when police give tickets to self-driving vehicles. The Atlantic apparently witnessed a situation in which a Google car was forced to make a quick decision that many drivers have had to make before. “As our platoon approached a major intersection, two Google cars ahead of us crept forward into the intersection, preparing to make left

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