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Where Are We With Self-Driving Cars In 2020?

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Posted on March 4, 2020
A Cruise Automation Chevrolet Bolt, third generation, seen in San Francisco. (Photo via Wikimedia commons user Dllu)

A Cruise Automation Chevrolet Bolt, third generation, seen in San Francisco. (Photo via Wikimedia commons user Dllu)

The year is 2020, the year all the top business and tech publications predicted we would be mostly backseat drivers to our self-driving cars. They even said certain city centers might be restricted to driverless cars only. But 2020 is here, and self-driving cars are not. What happened to the driverless vehicles we expected?

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Related Topics: autonomous vehicles, driverless cars, research and trends, self-driving vehicles, vehicle technology

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