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Here's what two million miles of autonomous driving has taught Google

Google's self-driving vehicles have now driven over two million miles ( 3.2 million km) on public roads and, as you might expect, the first million looked very different to the second. Freeways, light traffic and simple intersections have given way to complex city streets, advanced roadcraft and social cues... Continue Reading Here's what two million miles of autonomous driving has taught
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