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09-25-12, 08:51 PM #1
Self-driving cars now legal in CaliforniaCalifornia is the latest state to allow testing of Google's self-driving cars on the roads, though only with a human passenger along as a safety measure.
09-25-12, 10:08 PM #2
Been done. Almost 30 years ago.
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09-26-12, 05:00 AM #3
does CA require an IQ test?
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09-26-12, 08:21 AM #4
I see what you mean with product liability claims. I'd be surprised if Google hasn't hired every lawyer who ever tried to sue Cessna out of existence to create the most durable boilerplate in legal history, but lawsuits there will be. The tech is solid, well proven, and legal in several of these many states. Now will the public accept it? I, for one, am all for universal adoption tomorrow as everyone else begins using it.
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09-26-12, 09:04 AM #5
Who gets the DUI? They guy behind the wheel WHO IS NOT DRIVING, or the car that doesn't have a drivers license??
Do they stuff the Breathalyzer up the tail pipe?
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