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

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Google Self-Driving Cars Are Overly Cautious

Google self-driving cars are overly cautious. They are never the first off the line at a stop, and they don't speed and accelerate quickly. Safety comes first with these self-driving cars, which feature sensors that remove blind spots and detect objects up to two football fields away.

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