Google Self Driving Car Driving Less Proven Crash human

Google Self Driving Car Driving Less Proven Crash human -

Google has been reported to test self driving his own car on public roads since 6 years ago. Within these six years, he reported a series of minor accidents over 50 auto car driving who participated in the public test drive and has registered 1.3 million miles in Texas and California self driving mode. According to Google, the test fleet has 17 accidents reported on time and none of them is caused by self driving cars of the company.

After considering the severity and number of accidents that are not reported to the police, a study shows that human drivers are involved in 4.2 accidents per million miles while auto Car conduct offline are involved in 3.2 accidents per million miles. Therefore, one can conclude that self driving cars are generally safer than human drivers.

California has proposed state regulations that require all autonomous cars have the steering wheel, the accelerator and the brake pedal when operating on public roads in California. On top of that a driving license is required to sit on the driver's seat to take over the car for emergencies. In this proposal, Google criticized and said the same old status quo and fell short of allowing technology to reach its full potential, while excluding those who need to move, but can not drive.

Google is eager to show that its self driving cars are safe to operate on public roads.

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