Google is targeting 2017 for the public release of its driverless cars. Apparently, the company is confident that its 700,000 miles-worth of successful road tests indicate that the car is ready to hit real highways, Inferse reported.

Despite the results of the tests, there are still numerous obstacles that the driverless car must go through before being considered as road-worthy.

Previously, a report from Beauty World News featured the general issues surrounding Google's high-tech ride.