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Report: Google approaching automakers to help build self-driving cars

Google Inc. wants self driving cars on the road sooner rather than later. It knows its autonomous vehicles work - engineers have already put its fleet of self-driving vehicles through 250,000 miles of testing. And they're planning to put another 750,000 testing miles on their expanding fleet. Now, executives are approaching car makers about building the self-driving vehicles, according to The Detroit News.
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