In this file photo, California Gov. Edmund G Brown Jr., front left,  rides in a driverless car  to a bill signing at Google headquarters in  Mountain View, Calif., Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2012.  The legislation was meant to  open the way for driverless cars in the state. Google, which has been  developing autonomous car technology and lobbying for the legislation  has a fleet of driverless cars that has logged more than 300,000 miles  (482,780 kilometers) of self-driving on California roads. (AP Photo/Eric  Risberg)
In this file photo, California Gov. Edmund G Brown Jr., front left, rides in a driverless car to a bill signing at Google headquarters in Mountain View, Calif., Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2012. The legislation was meant to open the way for driverless cars in the state. Google, which has been developing autonomous car technology and lobbying for the legislation has a fleet of driverless cars that has logged more than 300,000 miles (482,780 kilometers) of self-driving on California roads. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg) AP Photo
In this file photo, California Gov. Edmund G Brown Jr., front left, rides in a driverless car to a bill signing at Google headquarters in Mountain View, Calif., Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2012. The legislation was meant to open the way for driverless cars in the state. Google, which has been developing autonomous car technology and lobbying for the legislation has a fleet of driverless cars that has logged more than 300,000 miles (482,780 kilometers) of self-driving on California roads. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg) AP Photo

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