Google's Self-Driving Car Got Its Driver's License

Google's new self-driving car has just gotten it's first driver's license (or is it driver-less license?): a red license plate from Nevada with a road wrapped into an infinity symbol.

“I felt using the infinity symbol was the best way to represent the ‘car of the future.’” Department Director Bruce Breslow said. “The unique red plate will be easily recognized by the public and law enforcement and will be used only for licensed autonomous test vehicles. When there comes a time that vehicle manufactures market autonomous vehicles to the public, that infinity symbol will appear on a green license plate.


Today Google, tomorrow Johnny Cab!

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they could equip these self driving cars with a roof mount camera and let them wander the streets like a Rumba vacuum cleaner taking street shots for Google Maps.
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Do this car have to have proof of insurance like every other driver I know of does? When this thing is involved in an accident and lets face it sooner or latter it will be in one. Who is responsible? Google Inc?? How do you get the required driver info for your insurance company a car with no driver?
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