5 Things You Might Not Know About Google’s Self-Driving Cars

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Google Self-Driving Cars Runs on Battery Power

Google self-driving cars are battery-powered electric vehicles. In other words they get their electricity from batteries, as opposed to gasoline. They need to be recharged after about 100 miles.

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