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Americans Still Deeply Skeptical About Driverless Cars

Posted on January 17, 2018
Photo via Flickr user zombieite
Photo via Flickr user zombieite

A new poll released Jan. 17 basically repeats data we’ve seen in previous surveys: Americans still don’t trust self-driving cars, and are nervous about the coming onslaught.

Asked how concerned they’d be to share the road with a driverless car, 31% said they’d be “very concerned,” while 33% said “somewhat concerned,” according to the poll which was just released by Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety.

The Verge article here

Related Topics: autonomous vehicles, driverless cars, research and trends, self-driving vehicles

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