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US: study sees drivers ready to give up control


Automakers, as much as technology companies, tout advanced autonomous vehicles as the next big leap for the still young automotive industry. And it looks like American motorists are ready to jump on the bandwagon. According to a new study, conducted by website Insurance.com, a whopping 86% of licensed US drivers are ready to give total control to their future self-driving car ...
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