What I find frustrating in these articles is the rather bland reporting about driver warnings prior to a crash. Example in this article includes "The report found that the driver’s hands were not on the wheel for the vast majority of that time despite receiving numerous alerts. Autopilot was engaged in the final 13 minutes and 48 seconds of the trip and the system detected driver-applied steering wheel torque for only 51 seconds of that time, the NTSB said." Tesla Autopilot was engaged before 2018 California crash, NTSB finds – TechCrunch I pretty much *always* have my hand on the wheel of my M3 yet I do get periodic warnings due to insufficient pressure. I would hate to get into an accident only to see a report stating that I didn't have my hands on the wheel when, in fact, I did. I'd like to get a "score" so I can challenge myself to do better. Perhaps this could be a feature in a future SW release (not sure if this is a serious suggestion on my part). Alas we live in an imperfect world and we are responsible for controlling our vehicles but I do wish at times to see what the car thought I was doing and get better feedback. Please no replies blaming autopilot for the above incident. I am a "I am responsible for my vehicle" person.