Survey: 65% of American Drivers Say Self-Driving Cars ’A Dangerous Idea’

 Tuesday, November 18, 2014

 Canadian Underwriter

Nearly two-thirds of drivers surveyed believe self-driving cars "are a dangerous idea," while 61% are "likely to consider" safety features — such as parking assist and collision avoidance systems — on their next vehicle purchase, AutoTrader.com reported Monday.Atlanta-based Autotrader.com, which lists vehicles for sale, released the findings of its 2014 In-Vehicle Technology Shopper Influence Study. The study is based on an online survey, conducted in October by Harris Interactive Inc., of 1,033 American vehicle owners.
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