If Google has its way the idea of getting behind the wheel of a car could be a redundant notion for many by the end of the decade.
The internet search giant has unveiled the prototypes of cars that come minus steering wheel, brake pedal and accelerator.
You just sit down, belt up and tap your intended destination into a smartphone app. Google's array of sensors, laser radar system and mapping software keep you on the road and out of harm's way. The fleet of Google cars will soon be zipping around Google's California campus, and then further afield.
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