Survey Looks at Baby Boomer Vehicle Technology Preferences
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Survey Looks at Baby Boomer Vehicle Technology Preferences

The survey revealed that 76 percent of drivers 50 and older who plan to buy a new car will seek out high-tech safety features.

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Property Casualty 360 released findings from a recent survey by the Hartford Financial Services Group and the AgeLab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology that examines the vehicle technology preferences of drivers age 50 and up.

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The survey, titled “Looking Forward: Vehicle Technology Preferences Among Mature Drivers,” revealed that 76 percent of drivers 50 and older who plan to buy a new car will seek out high-tech safety features. However, only 32 percent of drivers 50 and older who bought a car in the past year sought out these vehicle technologies.

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