Over 70% of UK drivers have concerns about the arrival of driverless cars, according to new research.

According to a survey by leasing company OSV, 72% of the 500 people questioned said they had concerns with driverless cars.

Men are less concerned about the introduction of driverless vehicles, with 36% saying they are not anxious about future autonomous vehicles, compared to 27% of women.

Just under a third (28%) said safety is their number one concern when it comes to driverless cars, while 18% of respondents said they were most concerned about car hacking, malfunctions or dodgy updates.

Another 18% said they were concerned about accidents occurring while travelling in an autonomous mode, while 5% said they are worried about who will govern self-driving vehicles.