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Basic car automation is enough to make drivers more distracted

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A study from an American insurance and road safety body has found that drivers become complacent when using vehicles equipped with even basic partial automation features.

According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, drivers of vehicles with Level 2 ADAS systems, like adaptive cruise control and lane keeping assistants, are twice as likely to take their hands off the wheel than drivers of cars with more basic Level 1 systems.

Drivers of Level 2 equipped vehicles were also found to be 12 times more likely to take their hands off the wheel when compared to driving manually with no assistance.

Credit: WikiMedia – CCThe Range Rover Evoque was equipped with a Level 1 adaptive cruise control system.

The Evoque came equipped with adaptive cruise control, a Level 1 system.

The S90 came equipped with Volvo‘s Pilot Assist System, which keeps the vehicle centered in its lane and also has an adaptive cruise control function.

Credit: Wikimedia – CCThe Volvo S90 was equipped with the brand’s Pilot Assist system which manages speed and centers the vehicle in its lane.

It’s obvious to say that people driving cars with more advanced driver assistance systems put more faith in them.


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