According to information from G1, two Google Street View cars were towed this Tuesday (30) for parking in a prohibited place in Rio de Janeiro. The cars were close to Rua Santa Luzia, in front of Detran.
In an official press release, Google Brazil commented on what happened:
“Google informs that, taking into account the number of hours that the various Google Street View cars travel through Brazilian roads to register images of cities, it understands that traffic tickets are unfortunately part of the process and serve learning. Currently, the fleet of vehicles that capture images for the service in Brazil is more than 80 cars, according to Google. Rua Santa Luzia has already been mapped, but, according to the company, the cars “go through places that are already available in order to increase the quality of the images”.