Re: If you are going to describe a future, make it aspirational.
"I like driving most of the time which makes your driverless cars a no no."
Then don't enter into a rental system. Nobody is forcing you, yet. Of course, once the car parks are gone, you might have trouble parking there, but then hey, sucks to be you then.
"I want to personalise my space so communal ownership is a no no."
OK then, but you'll pay much higher rental rates than everyone else if Ford, etc., refuse to sell you a car. And the car sales market will be much smaller if you want to buy one.
"Because my car can do both modes I still keep the freedom to choose between community transport and individual transport as needs be."
I would be highly surprised if, as long as you were alive and capable of driving, driverless cars don't have a manual override.