I was wondering whether the strong regen effect has an influence on how new drivers to a Tesla (from ICE vehicles) react. If one is moving forward with gentle accelerator pressure and then lift off and the car slows significantly on regen, maybe the mind 'thinks' that pedal is now a brake?! So if the forward momentum is still too high, then the 'instinct' maybe to press the pedal again to brake. Maybe the 'average' driver then panics when the car moves forward faster so they mash the accelerator (to 'brake'...) and we all know what happens with an EV/Tesla when that is done - full instant torque and minimal time to react. Bit in the style of how one can react to a swing door that has Push written on it and one thinks "OK Push don't Pull" but then one Pulls anyway!! It does seem that these incidents happen at low speed, when the brakes are being used and usually (?) to drivers new-ish to EVs/Tesla. Begs the question of why not to i3s/Leaves etc - maybe just the power/regen strength of a Tesla exaggerates the effect......... Will fully operational AP2 refuse to let a Tesla drive into a wall..?!