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A recent study has found that nearly half of drivers prefer to not have any self-driving features in their vehicles. University of Michigan researchers Brandon Schoettle and Michael Sivak surveyed 618 drivers on their preferences of both partially and completely self-driving vehicles, as well as overall preferences for having self-driving versus conventional vehicles. The survey […]

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J.D. Power just released the results of its second-annual 2016 Tech Choice Study, showing clear generational divides in areas of driver-assistance systems, entertainment features and alternative-mobility solutions. 2016 J.D. Power Tech Choice Study This survey focuses on awareness, interest and price sensitivity regarding advanced automotive technologies, things like backup cameras, smart parking systems and traffic-jam […]

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