A: I'd DEFINITELY take one that I would drive. Technology isn't good enough to adapt to conditions. Even if it were, it would be like riding everywhere as a passenger with a driver that doesn't know anything.Q: If you had a choice between a traditional car, and a car drove itself but which had no controls for you to drive it (i.e. it could only drive itself), assuming that the cost was the same, which would you choose?
Say you're driving along and you see a roadside stand selling fresh blueberries. By the time you relayed this info to a self-driving car, it would have to turn around. Or if you see a motorist stranded, or an injured person or animal, out of the way of traffic in a way that your self-driving car wouldn't need to avoid it. And what about toll booths and drive-throughs? You might want to stop a foot or so back or forward, or more to the left, of where the car 'thinks' you would, for an easier reach. No, thanks.
Q: When putting down cutlery at a restaurant with no placemats, where do you set it?