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Self Driving Tech Means Trouble For Some Truckers
September 6, 2018
Updated 6mo ago
Autonomous vehicles may be the way of the future, but the technology could mean big trouble for those in the transportation industry. Jennifer Smith, reporter for The Wall Street Journal, joined Cheddar to discuss.
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Mar 18, 2019
Nearly Three in Four Americans Are Scared to Ride in Self-Driving Cars, AAA Study Finds
After decades of hype around self-driving cars, technological advancements are close to making the era of autonomous vehicles a reality. However, a recent survey conducted by the insurance and auto services company AAA found that nearly three in four Americans are afraid of using the self-driving technology.
Mar 18, 2019
Americans Are Largely Still Afraid of Driving in Fully Autonomous Vehicles: Survey
Americans still feel uncomfortable at the thought of riding in a fully self-driving vehicle a year after a number of high profile crashes. AAA's annual automated vehicle survey found 71% of people are afraid of these high-tech cars. Greg Brannon, AAA's Director of Automotive Engineering and Industry Relations, explains what these findings mean for the auto industry at large.
May 30, 2018
Solving the American Trucker Shortage with Autonomous Trucks
America is facing a trucker shortage when delivery demands are at an all-time high. Matt Manero is the founder and president of Commercial Fleet Financing, Inc. He joins Cheddar to discuss how the trucking industry got here and why truckers are in certain ways winning out. Manero is the author of the new book, "You Need More Money."