driverless cars

Mojo Motors CEO talks driverless cars on Atlanta News Radio


Move over Tesla, electric cars aren’t the only technology that is poised to disrupt the auto industry. In May, Google unveiled a prototype for a driverless car and since then, the entire automotive world has been keeping a close eye on the nascent technology. An automotive startup ourselves, everyone at Mojo Motors is paying attention to the phenomenon.

We’ve compiled our own research and published two infographics on the subject. In June, we published a map showing where driverless cars are already legal. The map was updated following a July 24 ruling in Iowa legalizing autonomous vehicles, bringing the total count up to five. Legislation is in progress in several other states and we estimate that many more will join Iowa, California, Michigan, Nevada, and Florida in allowing driverless cars to operate on their roads.

Many industry experts agreed that autonomous vehicles will be a part  of daily life in the the near future. We asked their predictions and created a timeline of when you’ll be able to buy a driverless car. The timeline shows that Google isn’t the only one moving quickly to get a fully autonomous vehicle to market. Nissan has pledged to offer a full lineup of driverless vehicles by 2020, and Volvo has done the same.

Last week, Mojo Founder and CEO, Paul Nadjarian, joined Michael Graham of Atlanta News Radio 106.7 to discuss the future of driverless cars. Paul shares his thoughts on the varying political, economic, and social factors that will shape the future of driverless cars in the United States and beyond.

Written by Sam Jackson

Driverless cars: legal in some states, not in others (

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Driverless cars are coming, though they’re on course to arrive in some states sooner than others. The used car website Mojo Motors recently created an infographic that shows the status of driverless car legislation in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. California, Nevada, Florida, Michigan, and D.C., have all passed laws explicitly authorizing companies to test driverless cars on private and public roads within their borders (in large part to try and attract driverless technology companies). [keep reading]

Where are driverless cars actually legal?

Update on July 28, 2014 – Iowa county legalized driverless cars

There was plenty of interest around our infographic of the states where Tesla is able to sell cars. This led us to consider other infographics we could design. The biggest opportunity, it seemed, was where driverless cars AKA self-driving cars AKA autonomous cars are legal.

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Driverless cars are all the rage in the news cycle right now, especially after Google revealed this video of its autonomous vehicle driving around with no input from humans. Even if the driver wished to override the cars computer system and steer into that coffee shop on the way to work, he couldn’t. That’s because there’s no steering wheel. Or brake pedal. Or accelerator. Just a computer system linked to a drivetrain that gets you to where you want to go. [keep reading]