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

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 humans should always have the option to drive themselves, while 64 percent expressed a need to be […] The post Kelley Blue Book Poll Finds “Most Americans still deeply skeptical of fully autonomous vehicles” appeared first on Toll Roads News.
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