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Google’s self-driving car accidents’s public tracking
Google now makes accidents are self-propelled cars public. Monthly reports are released which are described in more accidents with the test cars. Earlier turmoil arose about safety.
There is a website opened in which information on self-propelled vehicles can be found. Every month there are new reports posted: currently only report last month available. However, there are also all the accidents that have occurred in the past. According to Google, these accidents occurred through no fault of the self-propelled car. The main cause was a rear-end collision.
Furthermore, Google displays in its reports about what that month is encountered on the road. Thus, the activity of which month is displayed and discusses the business interesting traffic situations. According to Google on average each week approximately 16,000 kilometers traveled with the self-propelled vehicle.
Probably Google decided to be more open about his tests with the self-driving car because previously unrest arose over. Associated Press reported that propelled cars were involved in more accidents, but the Internet giant stressed then that the car itself found no blame.Viewing:-153
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