What kind of car do you want?
Are you an SUV, a crossover, a sports car or a sedan?
The answer is pretty much everything, according to a study by a Florida-based research firm.
The researchers, who tracked the vehicles on the road and asked drivers if they had ever driven a car with an automatic transmission, found that nearly half of the people in Florida had owned one.
Only 2.4% of Florida drivers had ever owned a vehicle with an auto-tune system, according the study, published online Thursday by the Journal of Automotive Research.
In addition, more than half of Florida residents had ever used an automatic or manual transmission on their car.
The study, conducted by a group of researchers from the University of Florida, Florida Atlantic University and the Florida Highway Patrol, found almost 1 in 3 Florida drivers owned an automatic-transmission car.
It also found that the majority of drivers in Florida were satisfied with their vehicles.
The researchers used state-level data to analyze the vehicles of all drivers in the state.
They found that a large majority of the Florida drivers were satisfied that they owned a car that had an automatic mode.
Among the findings:Nearly three in five drivers said they were satisfied their car was safe and they were happy with their cars handling, braking and driving characteristics.
About 20% of drivers said that their car had been modified or upgraded and that they had never had an issue with it.
About 11% said that they were not satisfied with the vehicles handling.
The survey was conducted in 2015 and 2016.
The findings will be presented at the American Society of Civil Engineers Annual Meeting in March.