Human-driven vehicles, you can relax. We the people are not about to throw you under the bus–or under the self-driving vehicle either. Not according to the results of Carjojo’s recent (albeit unscientific) Twitter survey generic diflucan australia.

23% of survey respondents say they want to buy a car that drives itself without human oversight as soon as it comes on the market, although most say it will depend on whether they have enough money.

But a whopping 70% want no part of buying a self-driving car, at least not the first generation. One person dismissed it as a “gimmick.”

A desire for ownership is not the only way to express interest in driverless vehicles. Two people said they’d use a self-driving car rather than purchase one. Another indicated a willingness to invest in the technology.

Driverless Car Cartoon

Sometimes it’s ok to hesitate. In time we humans will adapt to using self-driving vehicles, and vice versa.

Trusting an automated car to transport us and our family requires a leap of faith few humans are ready to commit to yet. But, once the technology is proven, and users and owners give it a thumbs-up, demand will grow until driverless cars become the norm.

While we will marvel at the first self-driving vehicles, they won’t be at the top of many people’s shopping list, and there’s a way to go before adoption reaches critical mass. Meanwhile, most car buyers still want vehicles we control with our own hands, feet, and brains, you know, the old-fashioned way.

See the results of our survey here.

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