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Google's cars receive no tickets after 1.2 million miles of driving

Google's prototype cars have driven 1.2 million miles without receiving a ticket

Anthony Garreffa | Nov 14, 2015 at 6:02 pm CST (0 mins, 27 secs time to read)

Just how efficient are Google's prototype autonomous cars? Well, in over 1.2 million miles on the road, Google has yet to have received a ticket with one of its cars.

Google's cars receive no tickets after 1.2 million miles of driving | TweakTown.com

According to Google, the autonomous cars have driven 1.2 million miles, which is the equivalent to 90 years of driving experience for the average person. The new prototype cars are something Google classifies as "Neighborhood Electric Vehicles", with their speeds capped at 25mph. An officer had some questions about the car, which is a common occurrence with these strange looking vehicles.

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