One day the roads will be filled with self-driving cars.
We’re not there yet.
A new era of tech events has begun
We’re back in New York this November for the 4th edition of our growth-focused technology event.
DUI? Running red lights? Mowing down civilians?
Nope. The car was going too slow which drew the attention of a nearby officer.
That’s certainly not something you see every day, and it probably wasn’t something Zandr Milewski was prepared for when he managed to snag this rather hilarious photo.
Google later commented on the matter in a post on its Self-Driving Car Project page on Google+:
We’ve capped the speed of our prototype vehicles at 25mph for safety reasons. We want them to feel friendly and approachable, rather than zooming scarily through neighborhood streets.
It was also quick to point out that after 1.2 million miles on the road (the equivalent of 90 years of driving experience), the Google Car has still yet to get its first ticket. Wish I could say the same.
➤ Google Self-Driving Car Project [Google+]