UK drivers have most reservations about autonomous vehicles, says research

19th October 2016 | 0 Comments
 

Whilst driverless technology may be on its way, hesitation remains amongst UK drivers, according to extensive research released today.

The new study, from Goodyear and the London School of Economics, found that 55 per cent of the UK drivers surveyed would feel uncomfortable driving on roads alongside autonomous vehicles, significantly above the 39 per cent average in 10 other European countries. However, 28 per cent of respondents said they would be comfortable driving alongside AVs, similar to the 30 per cent in the other 10 countries.

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