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Consumers Not Awed By Autonomous Cars

A recent survey by University of Michigan researchers finds that just over 15% of drivers want an autonomous vehicle. The survey, conducted by Michael Sivak and Brandon Schoettle, polled 505 people and found that 43.8% didn’t want any form of autonomous technology in their vehicles while 40.6% were comfortable some level of self-driving tech. And 96.2% of respondents want a steering wheel, brake and gas pedal in their vehicle no matter the level of autonomy.

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