Consumers Are Not Very Confident About Their Safety In ‘Self Driving Cars’: Research

A recent study conducted by researchers Brandon Schoettle and Michael Sivak from the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute, reveals that consumers prefer to have full or some control over their cars. The research was conducted on 505 respondents who were over the age of 18 years and 52.9 percent of the respondents were females.
The research on acceptable levels of vehicle automation done by Schoettle and Sivak revealed that 43.8 percent of respondents preferred no self-driving features, whereas, 40.6 percent of the respondents expressed that they would prefer partially self-driving features. Surprisingly, only 15.6 percent respondents said, they would prefer completely self driving vehicles, reports