TLDR: I had a couple of long annoying drives, but autopilot made them much more bearable. I had a pretty crazy schedule this weekend. Some of my family came to spend the weekend at Disney and I wanted to bring my kids down and spend time with them. Unfortunately the driving logistics were a bit of a nightmare. On Friday I left my house at 12:30 to drive about 20 miles south to run an errand that I couldn’t find any other time to do. Then I turned around and drove 70 miles north (passing my house on the way) to pick up my kids from my ex’s. I then turned around again and drove 120 miles south to Disney (passing my house again and stopping for 40 minutes at a supercharger and grabbing dinner on the way). We hit rush hour in Orlando, so there was a lot of stop and go traffic to deal with too. In the end I got to Disney at 6pm, 5.5 hours after I started and went 210 miles, with autopilot driving almost exclusively. But the amazing thing to me was that after that trip I really wasn’t tired at all. Normally driving long distances like that and dealing with traffic would fatigue me but I didn’t feel any of that. Tonight was another nightmare drive. I spent the morning and early afternoon walking around the park at Disney, then I had to bring my kids back to my ex’s since they have school tomorrow. I left Disney at about 3pm, drove 105 miles to drop off the kids, then turned around and drove right back to Disney taking a 30 minute stop at my house to grab a few things and charge for a bit. Luckily there wasn’t much traffic to deal with tonight, but it was raining the whole time and dark for the last part. Again, autopilot did almost all of the driving. And again, even though normally driving for hours in the rain and dark would fatigue me I arrived without feeling tired. To me this is the biggest benefit of autopilot.