Fiat car seen running on the road without a driver, people watching the video fly away Tesla may be in the process of perfecting its self-driving cars, but the technology has not yet reached India. There are no self-driving cars in India, yet people saw the driverless car running on the road in Tamil Nadu (Tamil Nadu) without a driver and they were surprised. No one can understand how the car is going without a driver. This video is becoming quite viral on social media. Also read In the video, a Padmini or Fiat car is shown cruising on the road without anyone behind the wheel. A man wearing a mask can be seen sitting near the driving seat and the driving seat is empty. The video was filmed by a man walking in the back of the car, who later shared it on Facebook with a surprise caption. In the short clip, the 'self-driving' Fiat can be seen changing lanes and overtaking other vehicles, apparently without controlling it. The video was shared on Facebook last week, captioned, 'How is this possible?' See Video: This video is becoming increasingly viral on social media. People have made many surprising comments by watching the video. However, some Facebook users offered a solution to the mystery saying that the man must have been driving a car with a two-way paddle system. Such cars with pedals on both sides are used by driving schools, so that teachers can also control the vehicle. Seated towards the passenger, the driver extended his right hand to control the steering wheel and ejected the car easily in the experience. Some people also identified this person as a native of Vellore in Tamil Nadu and said that they had seen him driving from the passenger seat several times. One user wrote, 'This person lives in Vellore.' The other user wrote, "He lives in Vellore and is near our house."