Re: Ummm, no.
Exactly! A "driver-less car" has to be just that - NO driver input expected at any time, bar choosing where to go.
Otherwise why bother? You would be paying a lot extra one way or another and still expected to be sober and alert for any time the computer decides "Fskc this, too hard for me. Hey meat bag? Grab the controls, oh by the way you have 5 seconds to impact..."