Drivers are beginning to embrace self-driving vehicles, according to a new study from AAA.
The annual survey reveals 63 percent of U.S. drivers are afraid to ride in a fully self-driving vehicle, down from 78 percent in early 2017.
Although fears of self-driving vehicles appear to be easing, U.S. drivers report high confidence in their own driving abilities.
Despite the fact that more than 90 percent of crashes involve human error, 73 percent of U.S. drivers consider themselves better-than-average drivers.
Men, in particular are confident in their driving skills, with 79 percent considering their driving skills better than average, compared to 68 percent of women.