Latest Driverless car Stories

2012-08-18 23:03:20

The Google driverless car is making great strides toward presenting the idea of going robotic with our vehicles. Nevada appears to be the first state on board with this new technology. But now it is the subject of political attack ads in Florida, featuring scare tactics for seniors. Bisnar | Chase Personal Injury Attorneys, LLP welcomes the change and weighs in on the political attacks. Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) August 18, 2012 The Google driverless car has been around for several years,...

Nevada Awards First Drivers License To Self-Driving Car
2012-05-08 09:51:56

John Neumann for RedOrbit.com Our cars, they grow up so fast. It seems like just yesterday that your family car was crawling around on the floor playing with toys and now, it is getting its own drivers license. On Monday, Nevada´s Department of Motor Vehicles approved Google to test self-driving vehicles on the roads of that state. The laws were approved in February, but the department has only now begun issuing licenses based on those regulations, so do not panic if you see a...

Google Seeking Partners for Driverless Cars As Study Reveals Market
2012-04-28 04:27:18

As Google executives visited Detroit automakers to discuss possible partnerships for their self-driving car technology this week, a new survey has found that more than one-third of all consumers would be interested in purchasing such a vehicle. As part of the study, J.D. Power and Associates contacted 17,400 vehicle owners in order to gauge their interest level in new automotive technology, including self-driving tech like that being developed by the Mountain View, California-based...

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