This chapter attempts to make the case for slow – very slow or never – adoption of driverless/automated vehicles (DVs). It is based on publicly available market research, much of which has been put forth by proponents of the parking industry. The main points driving slow adoption are scientific: doubts about the ability of artificial intelligence (AI) to incorporate necessary environmental scanning inputs quickly enough, in real time, in order to be useful in making decisions. Cyber threats are also a concern. We review the DV “sceptic” positions and follow up with some of the primary scientific sources cited by the proponents of the slow go position. This current chapter is used to temper the strength of the argument for fast DV adoption and is used as an input to Chapter 9 of this book.