Google launched self-driving cars in 2010 and offered matchless comfort to many people especially those who can’t live with all the 5 senses. Once again people realized the benefit of this eminent project of Google when this computer-driven self driving car helped a blind man to travel to Taco Bell safe and sound. Google self driving cars allow drivers to drive safely and enjoy the ride by achieving efficient performance. Following is the video that demonstrates the journey of CEO of the Santa Clara Valley Blind Center Steven Mahan who is actually blind. You can see how safe he was during the ride.
Google itself tested and approved its self-driving concept in a Toyota Prius. You can suggest this idea to people around you who have poor vision and can’t drive the car. People can trust the experience of Steven Mahan, according to him “95 percent of my vision is gone. I’m well past legally blind. You lose your timing in life; everything takes you much longer. There are some places that you cannot go. There are some things that you really cannot do. Where this would change my life is to give me the independence and the flexibility to go to the places I both want to go and need to go when I need to do those things.“