A street view car zoomed past me at ~90mph on the NYS thruway a couple weeks ago. I took a photo with my phone to save the location to look for myself later, but they haven't updated the imagery (if they were even recording, which they probably weren't).
I bet that with all the driving they do - including going 20+ over the speed limit in notorious speed-trap areas - they must have an outrageous amount of traffic citations, loads of car trouble and crashes, etc. On top of seeing all the worst parts of town and all sorts of weird stuff as in the photos on this blog.
I'd love to have the job as a driver, but... in the one photo here that shows what appears to be the Google driver talking to a police officer, he looks like a stereotypical experienced truck driver; old-ish, round-ish, and bearded. I wonder if the turnover rate for their drivers is high - once one driver has his license suspended for too many violations, they have a large pool of underemployed truckers to recruit from.