Drivers want steering wheel, controls in autonomous cars
An overwhelming majority of drivers 96 percent said they prefer to keep the steering wheel, gas and brake pedals for emergency use in driverless cars, according to a recent study by the University of Michigan.
More than 40 percent of drivers said they want no self-driving features in their cars, and 40 percent said they would accept partial autonomy. About 15 percent said they would hand over all the driving. Safety is the primary concern.Download Bulletin PDF