Since California became a haven for testing driverless cars this year there’s been six accidents involving a human and an autonomous vehicle. Four of the accidents were minor scuffs with little to no damage reported. In two, however, the humans involved attacked the driverless vehicles on purpose. According to a Los Angeles Times article, California DMV reports indicate humans in both incidents ran into the street to attack the vehicles. It’s unclear why a person would do such a thing, but to be fair it’s unclear why people do a lot of things. One of the vehicles suffered a broken tail light…

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