It is third or second chance that Google Street View car has crashed or met with an Accident. It was not on automated drive, a driver was driving it when he took the wrong turn.
In Little Rock, Arkansas, a Google Street View car was performing its duties of driving around and taking pictures. Then the driver of said Google Street View car, Alexander Spurr, aged 29, made a wrong turn onto Tyler Street. The car, which was going the wrong direction on a one-way street, hit the other car as it tried to perform a U-turn. According to the sources, Police at the scene estimated that the Google car would require $1500 (£894) worth of repairs. Although the drivers received treatment, nobody was seriously injured in the accident.
“Something better come out of Google’s pocket for this,” according to Case.