Self driving cars are lately being worked out and in another five years it will not be just a product of science fiction.
Google said at the North American International Car Show in Detroit the self driving cars are in developers end and they are handling safety issues of it and also the vehicle will change public perception.
Man in charge of jam jars of the Google vehicle, Chris Urmson, dismissed concerns about regulatory issues. Talking to The Wall Street Journal he said, “We don’t think there is a regulatory block.”
He also mentioned that driverless cars are in fact legal in some states such as Washington DC, California, Nevada, Florida and Michigan.
Apart from these things, Urmson said the car may cost around $75,000 right now but it will come down later.
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