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Self-Driving Cars: Science Fiction Future Is Neari
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Mike O'Sullivan
December 10, 2012 9:38 PM
People in several American states may be surprised to see cars on city streets without a driver. Experimental driverless vehicles now are legal in Florida, Nevada and California. As Mike O'Sullivan reports from Los Angeles, they are pointing the way to a future that is not that far down the road.

Self-Driving Cars: Science Fiction Future Is Near

Mike O'Sullivan

Published December 10, 2012

People in several American states may be surprised to see cars on city streets without a driver. Experimental driverless vehicles now are legal in Florida, Nevada and California. As Mike O'Sullivan reports from Los Angeles, they are pointing the way to a future that is not that far down the road.


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