Self-driving cars would change the entire value proposition of having a 'home', before too long, and lead to greatly increased voluntary 'vehicular homelessness'. There'd be almost no concept of 'parking space', no hope of controlling it, and existing parking space would be hugely devalued. It wouldn't even be RVs as they have existed, big bus-sized vehicles, but multiple much smaller vehicles ie. van-sized (with or without pop-up features). Even just two, for the sake of the security of the backup.
But it's really probably not gonna happen. Instead they're gonna at least make the effort to phase out personal automobile ownership altogether in favor of big fleet taxi services. They've already been price-gouging to push leasing as the alternative for decades, to keep turnover high. This will just continue and intensify, excused by new 'green' taxes, only they'll push the taxi services instead of personal leasing (or push you to let them use 'your' car, and get some discount on your loan, same shit).