So you're driving down the highway at 70mph on autopilot and you blow a tire. What happens? My guess is that when autopilot is engaged it always has a positional target for the car, and if a tire blows it will apply steering to attempt to maintain position in the lane (just like when countering strong crosswinds). However, I think autopilot also has an enforced maximum turning angle for a given speed, and this could easily be exceeded in this scenario. Hopefully the car would recognize a rapid loss in pressure in one of the tires and begin slowing. Anyone had this happen, or have theories on how it behaves?