Nevada Is the First State to Approve Self-Driving Cars

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While Google has been testing autonomous cars for years now, no state has allowed cars to legally roam free without a driver at the wheel. That's just changed: Nevada now allows self-driving cars on its roads.

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According to PC Mag, autonomous test vehicles will display a red license plate, as opposed to the state's usual bluish-gray. When the time comes for consumers to have their own self-driving cars, they'll come with green license plates.

Policing autonomous vehicles is a contentious issue — so this is a huge leap forward for Google. [PC Mag; Image: Jurvetson]

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Is that a Toyota? I don't trust their ability to make a self driving car. Not after weighing the pros and cons of what turned out to be a deadly recall, and still putting it on the market as a death trap.