I am starting to get a little concerned about the lack of information Tesla provides about AutoPilot at delivery. On various Facebook groups I'm member of I see many people taking delivery of their Model 3 and thinking that it is fully self driving (they paid for the full self driving package)... and then asking the FB Group what they are doing wrong and why their AP isn't working. Hell, one guy almost ran a red light because he thought the car would see the light and stop!!! Model S owners are typically more engaged and knowledgable of what Tesla can/cannot do but the mass market (Model 3) isn't always as educated on the history and capabilities of Tesla. Wouldn't it be prudent for Tesla to explain what it can and cannot do (especially if someone purchased the full self driving package and with all of the news stories of people blaming AutoPilot for their poor driving)? They currently only show you how to turn it on/off and nothing more. Sure, the info is there if someone wants to learn (explained on the option at purchase, in the user manual, etc)... but people don't always read details when buying a car. They should but they don't.