Half of UK drivers don’t trust driverless

A new survey suggests that half of Britain’s drivers don’t trust driverless vehicles, with only eight per cent saying they’d feel completely safe in one.

Opinium surveyed 2000 people for InsureTheGap also found only a fifth agree driverless cars are a great innovation, while one in seven (14 per cent) saying they’d consider buying one if it became available.

The study suggests men are more likely to trust the technology than women.

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