As the world slowly moves toward driving electric cars, Google is looking to take the "driving" out of the car completely. The company has been testing driverless cars for the last few years, and they've even gone as far as letting them operate by themselves on the streets of San Francisco--crazy, right? While having a driverless car will be considered a luxury, just like how having an automatic car was back when there was only manual, one day they may very well catch on with the mainstream. And when they day comes, we'll be looking at very different times. So, as we look toward the driverless age, we've weighed some of the biggest pros and cons that'll come with it. Here are the 10 Craziest Changes We'll Face When Google's Driverless Cars Take Over

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