Friday, 21 September 2018

Survey proves jury still out over driverless cars

HALF of motorists oppose driverless cars as Britain takes pole position in the development of self-driving

HALF of motorists oppose driverless cars as Britain takes pole position in the development of self-driving vehicles, according to a survey.

Sixty-two per cent of drivers said they would feel less safe on the roads alongside other vehicles with no human behind the wheel and almost three-quarters of those surveyed, 72 per cent, said there would be complications to resolving insurance disputes.

The new findings — from a new survey of 1,000 motorists by vehicle CCTV specialists SmartWitness — were revealed following the Queen’s Speech which announced the development of “autonomous vehicles”.





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