Hands on wheel, please, survey respondents say.
U.K. motorists are not ready to share the streets with driverless cars. A new survey finds 66.2% of drivers are against the government’s plan for a £10 million ($16.68 million) trial in January of autonomous cars in three cities and on certain roads such as motorways and in specific lanes. And 88% of the more than 1,000 motorists surveyed by car-incident camera company SmartWitness say all autonomous vehicles should be installed with forward-facing video incident cameras to show ...
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