Google’s cars are boring
As much as I’d like to write here about the white-knuckle “Oh my gosh, there’s no driver!” ride I had in a prototype car, that really was not the case.
It was slow. It was cautious. It was safe, a more attentive driver than any human could possibly ever be.
And later that evening, as I snaked my way back to San Francisco on the four-to-five lane wide Interstate 880, I wished it was the Google car driving me home.
Exactly the way a driverless car should be.