Motorists forking out for self-driving cars and looking towards autonomous ambulances

Motorists everywhere are warming up to the idea of autonomous cars

Motorists forking out for self-driving cars and looking towards autonomous ambulances
It has been theorised, an autonomous quick response car could drop a paramedic and medical kit to the exact home or location of the person needing medical assistance.

Research revealed by Servicing Stop shows one in three motorists are willing to pay more for a car that has the ability to drive itself.

More than 30 per cent of the 1,200 motorists questioned revealed they would pay more for an autonomous car, given its ability to take control and allow the owner to carry out some other tasks behind the wheel or even take a snooze on the back seat.

In a recent statement, Servicing Stop said: “Not only is the enthusiasm for self-driving vehicles growing, but so is the public trust invested in them; more than a quarter of motorists are now looking forward to autonomous ambulances with 28 per cent of motorists seeing autonomous ambulances as a great idea saving time and possibly lives.”

CEO and founder of Servicing Stop, Oly Richmond, said: “Autonomous cars are presenting new capabilities and possibilities to the average driver every single day.

“Not only will the self-driving cars; once properly integrated, provide greater efficiency on our roads but it will offer a range of support for motorists and pedestrians alike.”

For more information on Servicing Stop call 0800 970 9046 or click ‘more details’ below.

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