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Survey: Most Drivers Ready For Autonomous Cars, Many Not So Keen

A survey in the US has found while drivers are ‘ready’ for self-driving cars, education and trust issues are still a concern for many. The survey of 2000 motorists, conducted by Insurance.com, found that the majority are willing to accept a computer as a ‘co-pilot’, but only if they are also in control. Just over 22 percent of respondents said they were ‘very likely’ to buy an autonomous car, but 24.
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