Yes, I know Autopilot is meant to be a driving assistant and not a replacement. Unfortunately, I took this for granted and got cocky. Let this be a reminder for those that might do the same thing, pay attention to the road! I was coming home from the first road trip with the Tesla after owning it for 8 months and I was traveling Eastbound on the LIE on the left lane going about 60 mph with AP 1.0. I glanced down at my phone to pull up Waze (since we know the Tesla Navigation is inferior) and the next thing I know, my wife is screaming "watch out"! I went head on into construction cones and swerved into the right lane to avoid more of them. I havent used AP in this area before, so I was unfamiliar with the fact the lane was being closed off ahead. It all happened so fast, I can't remember if I heard the collision avoidance beeps. I would think if it did the car would stop short. Fortunately, everyone was alright and there were no injuries. After I regained my composure, I wanted to pull over to see the car damage. I was fearing the worst, but fortunately, it isn't TOO bad. I was able to pop back in one of the front pieces and I do have some micro-scratches in front, and a little deeper scratches on the driver side. I tried using Meguir's ScratchX and it got out some, but not all. I am open to suggestions (other than paying attention next time, which I learned by myself). I might try Dr. Colorchip as I've had some success with that in the past. Also, the bottom black vinyl seems to be scraped, and I am not sure the best way to buff that area out. I am just relieved that my family was ok to be honest and I wasn't as upset as I figured I would be considering it was 100% my fault and my car was damaged. At the end of the day, it's only a car, even if we all obsess over them Here are some pics.