Here's The First Ever licence Plate For A Self-Driving Car

The State of Nevada was the first state to approve self-driving cars on its roads, and today the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles issued the first ever licence plate to one of Google’s self-driving cars.

It’s got an infinity symbol to represent the “car of the future.”

It’s also red, to signify to other drivers they shouldn’t freak out when they see nobody paying attention at the wheel. Whenever self-driving cars on on sale to the public, the licence will be green.

Here it is:

Photo: Nevada DMV

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