The equipment on top indicates a Google self-driving car, here taking a test drive in Mountain View, Calif.
The equipment on top indicates a Google self-driving car, here taking a test drive in Mountain View, Calif. Eric Risberg The Associated Press
The equipment on top indicates a Google self-driving car, here taking a test drive in Mountain View, Calif. Eric Risberg The Associated Press

Google says crashes aren’t the driverless car’s fault — it’s the fault of the other driver

September 02, 2015 11:13 AM

UPDATED September 02, 2015 07:52 PM

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