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AIR DATE: July 29, 2011

The Nevada Legislature has amended driving laws to allow Google to operate cars that drive themselves on the state's roads. Gov. Brian Sandoval took one ... or was taken ... for a spin in one of Google's automobiles recently. So how do they work? What about safety? And will we have trouble adjusting to the idea that we can't just step on the gas or overtake in traffic?
 
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