Survey Finds Most People Are Afraid Of Self-Driving Vehicles

While Pennsylvania has been a leader in the development and testing of self-driving vehicles, a new Triple-A survey finds many people have fears about riding in these vehicles. Triple-A's annual automated vehicle survey found 71 percent of people are afraid to ride in fully self-driving vehicles. However, Triple-A Mid-Atlantic spokesperson Kathleen Zinszer says new technology starting to be used in vehicles today may help make people feel more comfortable about self-driving vehicles. Zinszer says a number of highly-publicized incidents involving self-driving vehicles have raised people's concerns about them.