Google's Self-Driving Cars: 300,000 Miles Logged, 
Not a Single Accident Under Computer Control 

The automated cars are slowly building a driving record 
that's better than that of your average American.

The Atlantic excerpt

Reuters

For comparison, in the United States in 2009 there were 
10.8 million traffic collisions, according to the Census Bureau. 
That same year, American cars logged some 
2.954 trillion miles, for a collision rate of about .365 per 100,000 vehicle miles traveled. 
Now, you can't directly compare the two figures. Google's cars have been tested 
in pretty hospitable conditions, not facing, for example,
 the rigors of a New England winter. And, as Google engineer Chris Urmson, writes,
 they still "need to master snow-covered roadways, 
interpret temporary construction signals and 
handle other tricky situations that many drivers encounter." 
Additionally, the cars are still driving with "occasional" human control. 
But at the very least, the Google cars are slowly building 
a pretty good-looking driving record.

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