Originally Posted by Hamwich
I'd agree, and this is why I think driverless cars will have quite an appeal for many drivers. The current levels of driver assistance are proving very popular, and I see no reason why the trend shouldn't continue.

Agreed. That's why I like my old 4/4. No gimmicks, no assistance, no airbags,no power brakes, no power steering etc. Man and machne in its purest form. Same with my bikes. I removed the ABS system from the only bike that had it.

When I get to the stage when I feel I need all the bells and whistles, I'll probably retire my driving licence........

1972 4/4 4 seater - 3G Morganeer
Too many ratty motorbikes