Google ready to test ‘hands off’ vehicle


This week, Nevada issued the first license in the U.S. to test Google’s self-driving vehicles on public roads.


State House Rep. Gene Ward wants Hawaii to do the same.


“It’s probably the safest and best place to test it,” he said. “Instead of an HOV lane, you could have a driverless car lane, where the computers keep the speed, the integration, the outgoing and the incoming in the traffic. It could be running just like a mass transit train.”


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