One in six rule out working with driverless cars
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People remain dubious about whether or not there should be driverless cars on the road, according to research.
A survey conducted by fleet telematics firm Masternaut found one in six of the 2,000 UK employees questions claiming they would change jobs upon learning that they would have to use driverless vehicles at work. In addition, 23 per cent said they wouldn’t like the change, but would most likely stay in their roles.
Furthermore, just nine per cent of respondents said they would actually prefer to work with driverless cars.
Steve Towe, chief commercial Officer and UK managing director, said: “Driverless car technology is a very exciting development for the automotive industry and represents a major step change of UK roads, one of the biggest changes in history.
“Previously a science fiction dream, driverless cars are now very real and are being tested on our roads, and we’re intrigued to see what th
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