From zero to 90 mph in one thought.
I'd never even considered this. Not that there's anything wrong with it. I'd just never taken driverless cars this far in the thought process.
Of course, not having to drive does free your attention (and hands) up for other things.
Personally, I don't think I could relax enough to enjoy such an encounter in a car being driven by no one.
A new study forecasts mobile hotels. The rise of driverless cars is expected to displace workers, slash cab fares and give people a new place to have sex. Possibly for money. That's according to a new study from the Annals of Tourism Research with the deceptively dry title: "Autonomous vehicles and the future of urban tourism."