Cop Stops Driverless Car

History was made Nov. 12. Cop Stops Driverless Car

Police stopped a  driverless car.

There was no driver to ticket, of course, albeit the offense actually wouldn’t have garnered one anyway.

The car was a Google model and the site of the stop was Mountain View, CA., where the tech giant is headquartered.

The violation was impeding traffic. The car was traveling at 25 mph — it’s top speed — in a 35 mph zone.

The cop talked to a passenger. In the end, he decided the law hadn’t been broken.

Hat tip Bob Small

Cop Stops Driverless Car

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