When you teach kids to drive, you stress that the top priority is to not hit anything. The second priority is to keep other cars from hitting you. It turns out that a driverless shuttle was good at the former, not so much the latter. The small bus made its debut in Las Vegas Wednesday. It was scheduled to take tourists around the city in a route that circles downtown, but less than an hour after it launched, a semi truck hit it.
The accident was not the fault of the shuttle. The driverless vehicle sustained only minor damage, and none of the eight passengers were injured. -via Jalopnik