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Safety Driving Simulator: Car (AKA: Safety Driving Simulator: Auto) is a car driving simulation game close to the reality, developed by United Independent Entertainment from Germany. It allows beginner drivers to immerse themselves in a detailed and realistic urban environment, and has been widely used by schools, governments, driving-schools and health associations for driver training.

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It's a warm day in Mountain View, and just outside the Computer History Museum, Lexus SUVs are pulling up to the curb. The Lexus RX450h is a beautiful car, but today my eye travels immediately to its roof, where an attached laser radar array is spinning at 10 times per second. At around $70,000, the laser array is more valuable than the vehicle itself. A pair of test drivers invites me to climb in the back. I'm about to take a ride in Google's self-driving car.

And so roughly two dozen members of the press have assembled not far from Google's headquarters at the museum, to meet with the leaders of the self-driving car project and speak with a panel of experts on transportation, auto safety, and urban issues. The real lure, though, is to take a ride in one of these vehicles, and just after noon my number is called.

Our vehicle also has modified steering, with separate "on" and "off" buttons for the autonomous driving software placed on either side of the wheel. Our "driver," Ryan Espinosa, also has a heads-up display mounted above the wheel that shows him a 360-degree view of what the car is seeing, and how fast it's driving. As he pulls out of the museum driveway, a chiming noise echoes from the speakers, and a woman's voice lets us know that automatic driving mode is now on. The car begins driving itself through the streets of Mountain View.

"The ideal ride is meant to bore you," Epinosa says. And sure enough, as we begin making our way down Rengstorff Avenue, I'm struck by how impossibly ordinary our drive feels. Espinosa is sitting in the driver's seat, closely monitoring traffic, and the car is making turns and changing lanes with a smoothness and precision that I associate with my high-school driving instructor. From the backseat, the only tell that a computer is driving is the fact that the wheel is spinning independently of Espinosa's hands: it turns left and right independently, as if it were a ride at Disneyland.

Cruising down Rengstorff at a precise 35 mph, the light turns yellow ahead. We're far enough away that I probably would have stopped. But unlike the car, I don't have perfect awareness of my speed, the distance ahead, and how long the signal has been yellow since I noticed. The car I am in is drawing on a combined 700,000 miles traveled and 40 years of driving history built into its memory, and precise maps of Mountain View's 2,000-plus traffic signals. We sail through the intersection before it turns red.

If our day in Mountain View has had a theme, it's safety. The numbers that Google's engineers rattle off are familiar, staggering, and worth repeating: each year 33,000 Americans die in auto accidents, and 1.2 million people die worldwide. In the United States, wrecks are the leading cause of death for people between the ages of 4 and 34. Globally, cars are expected to move from the eighth leading cause of death to the fourth. Google says that independent experts estimate that humans are at fault in 90 percent of accidents, and they die for three big reasons: they are impaired by alcohol or another substance; they are going too fast; or they are distracted by a phone. Replace our current fleet of cars with ones that drive themselves, Google argues, and you can eliminate as many as 90 percent of traffic fatalities. "We can actually have a huge impact here," says Chris Urmson, who leads the autonomous driving project at Google. "This is a real opportunity."

It is also, to say the least, an enormous challenge. In 2012, three years into the project, Google co-founder Sergey Brin set a target of 2017 for bringing autonomous vehicles to the market. But so far the company has not reached any deals with auto manufacturers, and any number of questions about regulation and insurance remain unresolved. And that's setting aside the questions about actual driving, which remains very much a work in progress.

A few miles later, we arrive back at the museum. Since the car began driving, Espinosa has done little but stare out the windshield and answer questions about his experiences on the road. "It's become this soothing thing," he says of driving. Earlier, Urmson had showed a picture that ran in a 1956 issue of Boys' Life magazine. A group of friends sits in a convertible with the top down, talking and laughing as the car drives itself. It's what driving would look like if it were relaxing, instead of frustrating and too often deadly. It's what Espinosa was feeling as the car ferried him around town. "It's a beautiful vision," Urmson had said of the picture in the magazine. As I step out of the Lexus, I'm amazed how real that vision is starting to seem.

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