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Google expanding self-driving vehicle testing to Phoenix, Arizona

Test drivers use a Lexus SUV, built as a self-driving car, to map the area prior to a journey without a driver in control, in Phoenix, Arizona April 5, 2016 in a photo provided by Google.  REUTERS/Google/Handout via Reuters

Test drivers use a Lexus SUV, built as a self-driving car, to map the area prior to a journey without a driver in control, in Phoenix, Arizona April 5, 2016 in a photo provided by Google. REUTERS/Google/Handout via Reuters

Test drivers use a Lexus SUV, built as a self-driving car, to map the area prior to a journey without a driver in control, in Phoenix, Arizona April 5, 2016 in a photo provided by Google. REUTERS/Google/Handout via Reuters
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Test drivers use a Lexus SUV, built as a self-driving car, to map the area before a journey without a driver in control, in Phoenix, Arizona April 5, 2016 in a photo provided by Google.   REUTERS/Google/Handout via Reuters

Test drivers use a Lexus SUV, built as a self-driving car, to map the area before a journey without a driver in control, in Phoenix, Arizona April 5, 2016 in a photo provided by Google. REUTERS/Google/Handout via Reuters

Test drivers use a Lexus SUV, built as a self-driving car, to map the area before a journey without a driver in control, in Phoenix, Arizona April 5, 2016 in a photo provided by Google. REUTERS/Google/Handout via Reuters
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Test drivers use a Lexus SUV, built as a self-driving car, to map the area before a journey without a driver in control, in Phoenix, Arizona April 5, 2016 in a photo provided by Google.   REUTERS/Google/Handout via Reuters

Test drivers use a Lexus SUV, built as a self-driving car, to map the area before a journey without a driver in control, in Phoenix, Arizona April 5, 2016 in a photo provided by Google. REUTERS/Google/Handout via Reuters

Test drivers use a Lexus SUV, built as a self-driving car, to map the area before a journey without a driver in control, in Phoenix, Arizona April 5, 2016 in a photo provided by Google. REUTERS/Google/Handout via Reuters
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