Two driverless buses were rolled out on to the streets of Tallinn earlier this week.
Now, after three days of service, Estonian authorities have reported “no major incidents” – but there have reportedly been a few near misses.
Eyewitnesses told national broadcaster ERR that one bus failed to give way to a police car with its lights flashing. Meanwhile, an ERR photographer spotted a bus drive through a red light at a pedestrian crossing.
The service has been deployed as part of Estonia’s presidency of the European Union, the BBC reported. The buses cost €100,000, will run till the end of August and are funded primarily by the private sector.