While we're ways away from living like "The Jetsons," the carsof the world are changing before our eyes. 

As technology is infused into our cars, we step further away from the traditional sense ofdriving many of us have grown up with. Hands-free connectivity,collision warnings and driver assist features are a few additionsthat have changed the market for cars — and, subsequently, themarket for auto insurance.

Ultimately, the consumer still decides whether a car succeeds orfails. Does the growing amount of tech in cars equate to higherdemand for such cars? CARFAX conducted a survey to find out. Aftersurveying more than 1,000 drivers who have in-car safety technologyfeatures and comparing them to 137 drivers who do not, theiranalysis revealed insights which auto insurance carriers and automanufacturers should take note of. 

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Denny Jacob

Denny Jacob is an associate editor for NU PropertyCasualty360. Contact him at [email protected].