Consumer Confidence in Autonomous Vehicles is Low

Consumer Confidence in Autonomous Vehicles is Low

According to a survey from AAA, Consumer Confidence in self-driving Vehicles has dropped over the last six months.
In late 2017, 63-percent of the survey’s participants said they did not trust Autonomous Vehicles.
But now that figure has increased to 73-percent.
Among younger drivers, Confidence in driverless cars has decreased the most.
At the end of 2017, 49-percent of them distrusted the technology, but now 64-percent say they would not ride in one today.
But older drivers were more concerned overall, with 71-percent saying they didn’t feel safe in a vehicle without a driver.