A new report reveals self-driving tourists are dangerously unfamiliar with New Zealand road safety rules.
The University of Otago found that more than 95 percent failed a 30-question road code test.
Of 226 international visitors to Queenstown in a two-week period from earlier this year, just seven passed the test by getting at least 28 questions right.
The three most common nationalities among those tested were German, British and French. A significant number (31) of tourists who were approached were Chinese visitors who didn't want to take the test because they didn't understand much English.
Three of the questions, which were all taken from real New Zealand driving theory tests, stumped most of the participants: