So, I'm on Autosteer on the freeway, and when I had some room ahead I push the accelerator and I hit 90mph. "Ping", the car beeps and goes off Autosteer with the appropriate warning to take control of the car. Fair enough, they don't want to steer at 90mph+, I get it. But then I dropped below 90, and when I attempt to re-engage Autosteer, it won't accept it, and I get the message "Autosteer unavailable for the rest of this drive. Driver exceed Autopilot Max Speed." What the ??? They put me in the penalty box for the rest of the trip? Lest we forget, Tesla is touting Autosteer as a safety improvement (which I actually believe it is). So in essence they are taking away a safety feature as retribution for speeding? Why not re-open it again at a safe speed? This can only be punitive. What is next, turning off the air bags?