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Thu May 15, 2014
New study shows drivers don't trust connected vehicles
A few years ago, most of us would not know what the phrase "connected vehicles" meant. Today, the technology is being used in more vehicles, in hopes of cutting down on accidents and traffic jams.
A new study from the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute finds that even as the public welcomes the prospect of safer driving, they are still worried about being hacked and preserving their privacy.
We were joined by the researchers who conducted this study.
*Listen to the full interview above.
MIS tests connected vehicles