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Cops lift over Google driverless automobile — though not for speeding

Google’s self-driving automobile had a run-in with a law this week.

A Mountain View, Calif. motorcycle military officer pulled over a Google unconstrained automobile for pushing too slowly, and a print of a roadside stop posted to Facebook by Zandr Milewski has left viral.

Google responded to a hullabaloo yesterday on a Self-Driving Car Project page on Google+.

“Driving too slowly? Bet humans don’t get pulled over for that too often,” a automobile group wrote in a blog post. “We’ve capped a speed of a antecedent vehicles during 25 mph for reserve reasons. We wish them to feel accessible and approachable, rather than zooming scarily by area streets.”

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