Post Profile

Driverless future? Not so fast say Americans

A new survey by Kelley Blue Book sheds light on Americans' attitudes toward self-driving cars.
read more


Related Posts

What is Kelley Blue Book?

Vehicles / Cars :

Kelley Blue Book is one of several companies that are much respected when determining a vehicle’s “book value.” Book value is what a car is worth based on several different factors. Kelley Blue Book was started by Les Kelley who … R...

Our Tentativeness Toward Future Tech

Politics : The Daily Dish By Andrew Sullivan

Last week, Pew released a study measuring American attitudes toward future technologies. While the majority of respondents expressed significant reservations about most of the tech, Emily Badger is glad that the driverless car was a...

New Yorkers and Californians really want driverless cars, Volvo says

Technology : Mashable: Tech

Turns out, the attitude toward driverless cars varies widely from state to state. Go figure. SEE ALSO: 'Panamera' must be German for 'psychic,' because this Porsche can see the future According to a recent ongoing survey conducted b...

Kelley Blue Book Poll Finds “Most Americans still deeply skeptical of fully autonomous vehicles”

Industries / Transportation : Toll Roads News

The Verge reports, “Americans like the idea of self-driving cars, but are less willing to cede control of the steering wheel to a computer program, according to a new poll released today. An overwhelming majority, 80 percent, said h...

Self-driving cars will stay in the slow lane, drivers say

Business & Finance : USAToday: Money

Kelley Blue Book survey also finds fear of self-driving tech drops with exposure to smart cars.        


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC