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Autonomous cars 'are a switch-off'

Reading now: 648, a provider of Guaranteed Asset Protection (GAP) insurance, found that only nine per cent said they would feel safe travelling in a fully self-driving vehicle.

That broke down to 11 per cent of men and six per cent of women, while 43 per cent in total said they would want to be able to take over the controls.Interestingly, while 16 per cent said driverless cars were a great invention, particularly as they allowed more people to be mobile and independent, only 15 per cent of men and 10 per cent of women would consider buying one.It also appears that many of us hanker after the days of old-fashioned mechanical workings in our carsSome 28 per cent said there was already too much technology in cars and 40 per cent said they did.

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