This can't come soon enough for me. I find driving to be enormously stressful, especially at night, when my vision is not particularly good. I don't normally do this, but "trigger warning, car accident"
When I was a teenager, I was the passenger in a car, when we struck a old women who was wandering in the road, in a dementia induced fog. We arrived at the top of a hill, and there she was right in front of us. I saw her with just enough to time scream "STOP", the driver managed to break, but only very slightly. Her head struck the windshield directly in front of my face, with a sound I will not describe, and sent cracks throughout the glass, she was thrown several meters down the road.
I heard someone screaming, and then realized it was me. For a few moments, I simply stared ahead, at the skull shaped dent in the glass, the pieces of hair and gore, maybe 6 inches from my face. Then everything went blank, I completely failed to provide first aid, and ran several blocks away, and curled up into a quivering dissociative ball until a police officer found me.
Fortunately, there was a bus stop nearbye, with a nurse present, who was able to provide first aid, and she lived. But I see this image over and over and over again when I am at the wheel. If I had a self-driving car, I would go many more places than I do now.