The concept of driverless cars is becoming even less popular with motorists, according to a survey.
Over half of drivers told online motor retailers Buy a Car that the idea of autonomous cars “horrifies” them. Newly released figures show that motorists are now more fearful and sceptical about computer-controlled driving than they were just two years ago.
According to the figures, in April 2017, 46 per cent of those surveyed said that the idea of giving up the control of their vehicle to autonomous
technologies “horrified” them. That number has now risen to 56 per cent.