So, i feel like Michael Scott in the Office when he said "technology tried to kill me, Jim. technology tried to drive me into a lake" (when referring to following GPS navigation some years back). I am curious how often something this, for lack of a better word, potentially catastrophic happens. I was driving in the left lane on autopilot and the wheel suddenly jerked to the left, right into the lane of oncoming traffic. I don't know how far it would have gone over or if it would have corrected or not, since i grabbed the wheel as fast as i could. Video below Animated GIF - Find & Share on GIPHY my trust in autopilot went from about 90 percent trust down to about 50. and i know, i know we should have our hands on the wheel at all times....it's driver assist, not autopilot, yada yada yada. the point of my post is to see how 'bad' this error is or if it's quite common. Thanks for any input.