Cars are getting better at driving themselves, but you still can’t sit back and nap

While no personal vehicles are 100% self-driving, the amount of driving these systems can handle on their own is impressive, compared to what was available on the market just a few years ago.

And it’s not just pricey, cutting-edge Cadillacs and Teslas that have seen significant progress in this area.

Kelly Funkhouser, who runs automated vehicle testing for Consumer Reports, says car shoppers might be surprised to learn just how many new cars can do some driving for you.

More than 50% of new vehicle models can control speed and/or steering in highway driving situations, she says – even if they can’t navigate for you from start to finish, handle highway lane changes or allow you to (hypothetically) paint your nails on the freeway.