Curiosity killed the car, as the politician famous for being..., sat in it;
[Washington] D.C. Del[egate] Eleanor Holmes Norton was about to take a ride in a driverless vehicle when a technical difficulty temporarily sidelined it.
Other members of Congress and the Department of Transportation took a ride before her, but when Holmes Norton climbed into the GM SUV, she hit the kill switch.
The vehicle takes awhile to reboot, said an official.
It was running again Wednesday.As politically instigated troubles go, the Carnegie Mellon designed auto's encounter with Ms Norton is trivial. She's made a career out of sticking her nose into others' business, as Stephen Colbert has noticed;