January 25, 2021
Business News

Continental Study Finds U.S. Respondents Prefer Driving Independence, Automated Driving Reservations Decreasing

AUBURN HILLS, Mich.–()–Continental’s latest Mobility Study confirms that owning a car is the most important form of transportation for United States residents. The sixth edition of the technology company’s study finds that the majority of U.S. respondents are “traditional” drivers: they prefer to be behind the wheel, in control of their own car. While there is demand among drivers to have the latest technology in their vehicles, the majority of survey respondents still have reservations about fully automated driving.

“While the results of the Mobility Study are not necessarily new findings, the attitude toward private car ownership has seemingly strengthened in response to the ongoing COVID-19…

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