Americans' distrust of self-driving cars has increased these past few months, according to AAA. The national motor club blames recent crashes involving autonomous cars and vehicles with related technology for the downturn in consumer trust.

In its most recent survey of consumer attitudes toward self-driving cars, AAA found that 73 percent of Americans would be too afraid to ride in one. That's up 63 percent from AAA's last survey, conducted in late 2017. This time around, 63 percent of respondents also said they would feel less safe sharing the road with an autonomous car while walking or riding a bicycle.

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AAA Study Indicates Trust In Self Driving Technology Is Fading After High Profile Crashes

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