We are seeing a steady growth in innovation across the autonomous car sector, but public perception towards self-driving is still very hesitant, according to a new study.
The drivers that answered the survey, conducted by the University of Michigan, still prefer a car with no self-driving capabilities to a partial self-driving car or a fully driverless vehicle.
See Also: Will self-driving lead to more congestion?
Drivers prefer a partial self-driving car — like Ford’s self-parking or Tesla’s automatic lane switching features — to a fully driverless car

Internet of Things