MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — We’ve been hearing about self-driving cars for some time now. But a new survey by AAA shows many people still are not sure about the technology.

The survey shows only 1 in 10 drivers say they would trust riding in a self-driving car, and 28% say they don’t know how they feel about the technology.

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According to AAA, trust in automated vehicles can improve with more tangible information on key issues, as well as quality education and experience.

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For instance, six in 10 Americans say they would like to have a clear understanding of who is legally responsible in a crash with a self-driving vehicle.

Seven in 10 Americans said they would feel safer riding in a self-driving vehicle if they had the ability to take over control is something goes wrong.

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Read the full survey here.