Many members of Congress lost their chance to test a driverless car on Tuesday after Del. Eleanor Holmes-Norton decided to hit the car’s kill switch, according to NBC Washington.
Carnegie Mellon scientists brought the driverless car prototype to Washington, D.C. so that the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee could test drive the vehicle.
Yet, after just a few hours, Holmes-Norton brought the fun to an end before she even got to take the car for a spin as the demonstrator said, “No, no, no!”
Watch the video via NBC Washington: