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Driverless cars improving despite close calls: Google

But experts say the company's report doesn't provide enough information to definitively say whether the technology is safe

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Google's fleet of 53 driverless cars, currently being tested on roads in California and Texas, have never been at fault in an accident.

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GOOGLE'S fleet of 53 driverless cars, currently being tested on roads in California and Texas, have never been at fault in an accident. But in 13 cases, the vehicles came pretty close and the driver had to step in to prevent a crash, according to a new company report on the

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