Canadian Road Safety News Digest

Many Canadians see self-driving cars as a licence to behave badly: survey

September 29, 2016   |   Categories: Canadian Road Safety News Digest, News

The Globe and Mail (TORONTO, ONTARIO)

The image of drivers texting, dozing or sipping a martini while they sit at the wheel and let their autonomous vehicles do all the work prevails among a significant number of Canadians.

That’s a troubling finding from a survey of Canadians about self-driving vehicles by the Traffic Injury Research Foundation, a non-profit road safety organization…

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