I an attempt to prevent another fellow Tesla owner from getting killed or injured in a completely avoidable accident while using AP, let's share some ideas here. I have about 40k miles(all highway) on AP1 and here are some ideas: 1. Real World Training. There are many pieces to AP. There are some situations when it's working magically, traffic is light etc. and you can flake out a bit or look away and check an email or whatever(don't lie...we all do this) and there are some situations where you need to be totally focused and engaged(passing a truck, weird traffic patterns, secondary roads etc.). Every AP accident I've seen reported was a situation where the conditions dictated the driver be engaged and focused but were not. Somehow we need to teach owners these important AP driving skills. Any training ideas? 2. Disable AP On Secondary roads until it is really ready for prime time. AP(I have AP1) is near perfect on highways but nowhere near perfect(actually unusable) on secondary roads. Frankly, I'm surprised there aren't far more AP accidents on secondary roads as there are just so many things that can go wrong and no time to react. 3. Cannot Activate AP Until Driver Is Certified As AP Competent. Maybe there could be a test regarding AP basics that the driver would need to pass before AP is activated. This could simply be a small test integrated into the software where you agree to use the AP as beta. What to you think?