170 000miles is the distance driven by Google’s self-driving vehicles on American roads in August. Of those, the car was in full control for 126 000miles.
58 is the size of Google’s fleet of self-driving cars.
1 fatality in a vehicle in self-driving mode (a Tesla) took place in June, the first ever.
100m is the number of miles that Tesla’s semi-autonomous "autopilot" feature racked up by May this year. Google’s fully driverless cars have racked up 1.6m miles.
70 000 Teslas that are capable of autonomous driving are on the road in the US today.
40% is what premiums for US auto insurers may drop by, once the use of these vehicles is fully adopted by 2050, insurance broker Aon says.
1.3m/year is what the number of road accidents would drop to (from 5.5m) if 90% of cars on American roads were driverless.
11 300/year is the expected drop in road deaths, from the 32 400 today.
$20 440 is the price of Honda’s Civic LX Sedan, making it the cheapest vehicle with self-driving capabilities.
$70 000 is the starting price for Tesla’s vehicles.
Source: Google, The Guardian, Eno Centre for Transportation