By David Mittleman

Self-driving cars are becoming more and more advanced, but, as with any developing technology, they are not 100% safe. Yesterday, an event many thought to be inevitable finally happened: the highly publicized Google self-driving car was involved in a personal injury incident for the first time. According to reports, the Google SUV was rear-ended and its three occupants complained of minor injuries.

Autonomous Vehicles and Safety

Google and other companies have been working on autonomous vehicles for years. Two main reasons for pursuing driverless cars are safety and accessibility for individuals who are unable to drive.

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