The state of Nevada in the United States has issued its first driverless car license. Wait a minute, what’s “driverless”? It means a car that can drive itself. Google, the Internet company, has used Toyota’s Prius car, attached a small tower-like structure on the top that keeps revolving with a radar, added cameras, sensors, and fancy technology, and has created a car that can drive itself. The radar and other equipment in the car figure out what’s in front of the car, what’s behind, and what’s on the sides. The car can “see” better than a human being. Even though the car has a driverless car license, it is required to have two people in it since it is still being tested out. Google is using its driverless technology to test out cars other than a Prius also.
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