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Most Aussies Want A Self-Driving Car...For When They Get Bored

Seven in ten Australians want a self-driving car to take over when they feel tired or bored, and just under half already recognise autonomous vehicles will be safer than a human driver. This is the result of the first comprehensive national study into what Australians think about driverless vehicles, released today. More »      
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