It is extremely annoying to be in your mid 30's and have to rely on/inconvenience someone else to drive you around.
So whether it were getting my own vehicle or seeing vast improvements made to less-than ideal public transportation systems, either would be great.
I do wonder, however, if laws will require driverless cars to have a person who is able to drive. (For legal or liability reasons in case of an equipment failure.) I do hope that doesn't happen, but it's possible.
One possible workaround is to have several people at some centralized location monitor driverless car performance. A monitorer could override the car and drive the car remotely in the event of equipment failure or bugs in the code.
But, maybe that's a pipe dream.
Maybe there could be some lesser qualification, between being a licensed driver and just an untrained passenger. After all, if you could simply pull over to the side of the road safely, that's about all that would be required in most instances.