You Can Already Buy a Driverless Vehicle

While Google and other companies test their driverless cars while angling for governments to regulate them and consumers to demand them, one company dove headfirst into the market and is already selling a driverless “car” to businesses and universities.
To be fair, the vehicle, called the Navia, isn’t exactly a car—it’s more of a trolley or shuttle and looks a bit like an oversized golf cart. It’s made by a French company called Induct and is already operating at Oxford University, in city centers in Singapore, and in a couple small European cities such as Strasbourg, France.