More than four out of five people would prefer not to ride in fully autonomous vehicles, a study published today found.
Nearly half of drivers -- 46 percent -- said they would prefer to drive in a vehicle with no self-driving capabilities over one with partially self-driving or completely self-driving technology, a University of Michigan study by Brandon Schoettle and Michael Sivak found. About 39 percent would prefer partially self-driving cars, while 16 percent would pick a fully autonomous vehicle. Younger drivers were more likely than older drivers to say they would prefer completely self-driving vehicles, though that group still constitutes a minority of younger drivers. About 19 percent of those surveyed ages 18 to 29 said they’d prefer fully autonomous vehicles, compared with 9.6 percent of those 60 or older. Those ages 30 to 44 were most likely to say they would prefer fully self-driving vehicles (22 percent). About 43 percent in the age group said they would prefer partially self-driving cars, compared with 35 percent who said they favor vehicles with no self-driving technology.
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