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A brave new semiautonomous driving world is here, with doubts

The more familiar people become with self-driving car technology, the less likely they are to trust it, according to a new mobility study from Cox Automotive.

The share of drivers who think roads would be safer with fully autonomous vehicles has dropped to 45

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