We all know that while driving with AP activated, we have to be prepared to take over any time. So, keep you hands on the wheel and keep your foot ready to brake any time. What if the car is slamming on the brakes because it determined it's about to hit something (say the car in front kicked up a mini cloud of aluminum foil fragments which on radar may appear as the landing UFO mentioned in the 8.0 post), how is the driver supposed to safely take over? Hitting the accelerator doesn't seem like safe option (nor do I know for a fact that it would even work), hitting the brakes will just make things worse - increase the chance of getting rear-ended. Is Tesla accepting full liability if my car slams on the brakes for an insufficient reason causing a pile up, or will the standard "driver should have taken over" line apply here? The reason I started thinking about it of course is the 8.0 announcement of switching to radar as primary collision detection system plus a more aggressive braking policy, which seems to me has a higher chance of unintended braking.