Americans are starting to lose some of their hesitations when it comes to cars that can drive themselves, a new AAA study released Wednesday finds. While a majority of drivers still say they’d be afraid to ride in a self-driving car, the percentage has taken a significant drop from early last year, the national travel organization says. In the new survey, 63% of U.S. drivers say they’re fearful of taking a spin in a fully self-driving car. A year ago, the figure was 78%. That equates to 20 million more people who are now more comfortable with the idea.
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From the Texas Trial Lawyers Association news release.