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90% US drivers prefer self-driving cars to save on insurance: Survey

Over 34% of respondents said they "very likely" would buy a self-driving vehicle

November 06, 2013 12:37 IST | India Infoline News Service
Nine of 10 licensed drivers would consider buying a self-driving car if it meant paying a lot less for insurance, a new survey by consumer website CarInsurance.com said.

The survey asked consumers if they would buy -- or consider buying -- an autonomous vehicle if they could get an 80 percent discount on their auto insurance.

Over 34% of respondents said they "very likely" would buy a self-driving vehicle and 56% said they would consider it if such an insurance discount was offered.

About 20% of respondents said they would buy a self-driving vehicle if one was available with or without an insurance discount.

The national survey, conducted by online marketing research company OP4G for CarInsurance.com, polled 2,000 consumers. The survey has a margin of error of 2.2 percent, OP4G said.

CarInsurance.com based in US helps consumers shop for car insurance and provides information about insurance trends.

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