In the interim between manual driving and a fully autonomous car future, there will be a variety of points where an autonomous system hands over control to the human in the front seat.
This transition isn’t like anything experienced before in the automotive world and some drivers may struggle to adapt to this new way of driving, according to a new study conducted by Stanford University researchers.
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A moderate change in the speed of the car could be enough to effect a driver taking back control, which may make them to over and understeer during the transition period before adapting to the new conditions on the road

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