Perceived benefits and constraints in vehicleautomation: Data to assess the relationshipbetween driver's features and their attitudestowards autonomous vehicles
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Lijarcio Cárcel, Ignacio; Useche, Sergio A.; Llamazares Robles, Francisco Javier; Montoro González, Luis
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This data article examines the association driver's features, perceptions and attitudes towards autonomous vehicles (AVs). The data was collected using a structured self-administrable and online-based questionnaire, applied to a full sample of 1205 Spanish drivers. The data contains 4 parts: the full set of bivariate correlations between study variables; descriptive statistics and graphical trends for each main study variable according to gender, age group and city/town size; and, finally, the dataset for further explorations in this regard.

    Lijarcio Cárcel, Ignacio Useche, Sergio A. Llamazares Robles, Francisco Javier Montoro González, Luis 2019 Perceived benefits and constraints in vehicleautomation: Data to assess the relationshipbetween driver's features and their attitudestowards autonomous vehicles Data in brief 27 104662
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2019.104662

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