A new study has confirmed the obvious: people want to survive:
even though participants approve of autonomous vehicles that might sacrifice passengers to save others, respondents would prefer not to ride in such vehicles
In other words: all vehicles should strive to protect me!
Until recently this was just one of philosophy's theoretical questions, but the latest technological advances are approaching the point where this question becomes one of practice.
The Jewish principle of chayecha kodmim ("your own life has priority") seems to fit well with human nature, but production vehicles may very well be programmed to apply utilitarian principles, therefore:
May one ride in a utilitarian car?
(Obviously, this assumes knowledge of the vehicle's decision algorithm.)