Where can you even “drive” a driverless car?

-THE RINGER, 10 JUNE 2016, FEAT. PROF. BRYANT WALKER SMITH:

If you don’t live near an eerily utopian internet company headquarters — or in Detroit — chances are you haven’t seen a self-driving car in the wild. But everyone from the CEO of Ford toElon Musk insists autonomous vehicles will be in regular use by 2020, a mere three and a half years from now.

The technology to build a truly autonomous vehicle already exists, at least according to this technology’s most vocal adherents. So why, then, are driverless cars still so rare? <Read More>