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Google’s self-driving cars might soon become more than a pet project.

The company is quietly lobbying legislators to make Nevada the first state to allow autonomous vehicles on public roads.

Google has created a line of self-driving hybrids, including six Toyota Priuses and an Audi TT. The vehicles have been tested on more than 140,000 miles of California roads, at least 1,000 of which were driven fully autonomously.



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