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Trust In Self-Driving Cars Dropped In the Last Six Months

Posted on June 20, 2018
Are sensors enough to keep passengers safe? (Photo: Flickr user Automobile Italia)

Are sensors enough to keep passengers safe? (Photo: Flickr user Automobile Italia)

Americans are generally pretty optimistic when it comes to new technologies. But there’s one futuristic tech Americans are getting more afraid of with each passing year: Driverless vehicles. A whopping 73% of Americans don’t trust autonomous vehicles, up from 63% in late 2017.

Gizmodo article here

Related Topics: autonomous vehicles, driverless cars, passenger safety, research and trends, Safety, self-driving vehicles, vehicle safety

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