Trust in self-driving vehicles falls after accidents like ones in Arizona

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Confidence in self-driving vehicles fell in the wake of recent accidents, including one in which a woman was hit and killed in Tempe, according to a new survey of American drivers.

Triple-A said 73 percent of those asked recently would be too afraid to ride in a fully autonomous car, up from 63 percent in a January poll of the same question.

Michelle Donati, a spokesperson for the automobile club, said the results were important because consumer confidence will play an important role in the adoption of self-driving technology, which has the potential to save thousands of lives by taking human error out of the equation.


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