Nevada is the luckiest state in America, which gets most of the fun stuffs beforehand. Dozens of Cashino's, popular stip clubs, bay farms and now The future of automobiles.
The law firm in Nevada finally approved the Google's Self driven cars to be driven on the roadways. On Friday, Nevada's Department of Motor Vehicles announced that the Legislative Commission finally approved regulations allowing for the operation of Google's self-driving cars on the state's roadways.
"Nevada is the first state to embrace what is surely the future of automobiles," Department of Motor Vehicles Director Bruce Breslow said. "These regulations establish requirements companies must meet to test their vehicles on Nevada’s public roadways as well as requirements for residents to legally operate them in the future."
To create a environment and to ensure that the new technology doesn't reflect or affect the current system, The firm partnered with Google, automobile manufacturers, testing professionals, insurance companies, universities and law enforcement, all with a common vision of "saving lives."
"Our work doesn’t stop here," Breslow said. "The department is currently developing licensing procedures for companies that want to test their self-driving vehicles in Nevada. Nevada is proud to be the first state to embrace this emergent technology and the department looks forward to sustaining partnerships as the technology evolves."
Google has been testing its self-driving vehicles on California roadways since 2010 which have thus far driven more than 160,000 miles without incident
This is certainly something which beholds the key to the future of automobiles. We don't know what is there in the future for us and what are the other means we can make the gadgets and new technologies the part of our life.
There certainly will be the occurances of events when we won't even remember that we used to do things with our own in the past, where in the future everything will be managed by the "Technology' around us.
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