The Self-Parking Car

Sit back, relax, and parallel park with the help of Toyota's new Prius.

CBS News correspondent Mark Phillips "showed viewers a steering wheel turning on its own as he kept his hands off and a car pulled into a tight spot, on its own.

All the driver controls is the speed, via the brake peddle.

The car's computer senses when it's time to turn the wheel the other way 'and tuck that little baby in,' Phillips explains."

Full Story: Car Parks Itself

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