Older adults and their willingness to use semi and fully autonomous vehicles: A structural equation analysis11Revised manuscript prepared for publication at the special issue in Journal of Transport Geography: “Elderly's mobility and the living environment”
Hany M. Hassan,
Mark R. Ferguson,
Bruce Newbold and
Journal of Transport Geography, 2021, vol. 95, issue C
Advanced Vehicle Technologies (AVTs) have been purported to improve the behind-the-wheel experience of older adults (65+ years) by making driving safer, easier, and more enjoyable. The autonomous vehicle, in particular, is viewed as a promising innovation for those in older age groups. However, little is known about how older adults perceive AVTs as well as their attitudes, concerns, and willingness to use different levels of vehicular automation.
Keywords: Older adults; Adapting to semi/fully autonomous vehicles; Aging; Advanced vehicular technologies (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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