How Confused Are Consumers About Self-Driving Cars?

A recent study that polled more than 1,000 consumers about self-driving vehicles concluded that the general public is very confused on the topic. A key component of the survey noted that almost half the participants have a hard time discerning the difference between a semi-autonomous vehicle and a fully autonomous vehicle. Another item that stood out in the survey is the government’s role in the development of self-driving vehicles. Over 60% of respondents believe the government should be involved while 34% believe it should be left up to the manufacturers.

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