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Consumers excited about benefits of driverless cars

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Three in four consumers are excited about the many benefits driverless vehicles can offer, and almost two-thirds want to swap their current cars for completely self-driving vehicles - a direct contrast to other surveys that indicate consumer hesitancy toward the adoption of self-driving cars - according to research by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA). The report, "Self-Driving Vehicles: Consumer Sentiments", also finds almost all drivers (93 per cent) who use existing driver-assist features such as parking assist, adaptive cruise control and collision avoidance appreciate ...

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Consumers excited about benefits of driverless cars

Three in four consumers are excited about the many benefits driverless vehicles can offer, and almost two-thirds want to swap their current cars for completely self-driving vehicles - a direct contrast to other surveys that indicate consumer hesitancy toward the adoption of self-driving cars - according to research by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA). The report, "Self-Driving Vehicles: Consumer Sentiments", also finds almost all drivers (93 per cent) who use existing driver-assist features such as parking assist, adaptive cruise control and collision avoidance appreciate the usefulness of these driving technology innovations. "Clearly, drivers are getting more and more excited about everything that driverless cars will offer us - 90 per cent fewer US traffic accidents, 40 per cent lower insurance costs, the end of drunk driving accidents and newfound freedom for seniors and people with disabilities," said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, CTA. Almost all consumers (96 per cent Three in four consumers are excited about the many benefits driverless vehicles can offer, and almost two-thirds want to swap their current cars for completely self-driving vehicles - a direct contrast to other surveys that indicate consumer hesitancy toward the adoption of self-driving cars - according to research by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA). The report, "Self-Driving Vehicles: Consumer Sentiments", also finds almost all drivers (93 per cent) who use existing driver-assist features such as parking assist, adaptive cruise control and collision avoidance appreciate ... image
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Consumers excited about benefits of driverless cars

Three in four consumers are excited about the many benefits driverless vehicles can offer, and almost two-thirds want to swap their current cars for completely self-driving vehicles - a direct contrast to other surveys that indicate consumer hesitancy toward the adoption of self-driving cars - according to research by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA). The report, "Self-Driving Vehicles: Consumer Sentiments", also finds almost all drivers (93 per cent) who use existing driver-assist features such as parking assist, adaptive cruise control and collision avoidance appreciate ...

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