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Old 10-11-2010, 06:17 PM
Location: Norman, OK.
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The new robot car Google is testing I think is great. They did a lot of driving of one in California, only had 1 accident it was hit from behind. The driver in other car was at fault. HEE HEE "Probly texting or chatting on cell" HEE HEE. And there was no one in the robot car at all. My take on this is, I think it's great, but only with a driver in the seat, and sensor's all around the cars, they slow down so you can't get to close to the car in front, or the car behine you has to slow down with in the correct distance. The car has to do the speed limit posted. Must slow at yellow, and stop at red lights. Flashing lights, it must pull over and stop automaticly. They have shown it posible. The law can be cut down to save tax dollars, and stop more crime. Plus they could not run from a cop.
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