A self-driving auto being tried by Google was involved in a minor accident with a truck on a Silicon Valley road, likely the principal case of one of the tech organization’s vehicles brought on an accident amid testing.
The crash, which happened on 14 February when one of the Lexus SUVs Google had furnished with sensors and cameras struck the side of the bus close to the organization’s central command in Mountain View, California.
The crash did not wound anybody, as indicated by Google’s report to the California Department of Motor Vehicles. The report was posted online yesterday.
The report said Google’s auto, while turning right a avenue, distinguished sandbags around a tempest channel at the convergence.