After reading about the most recent incident involving a driver who clearly did not understand the limitations of his Tesla's AP technology, I've finally become convinced that the factory should create and deploy a mandatory training program for everyone who wishes to activated and use their car's AP functionality. It doesn't have to be long and drawn out, perhaps 30 minutes to an hour, delivered via webcast or maybe in person at the nearest Tesla shop. Maybe it can draw from whatever training is given to Tesla sales reps; or maybe it can enhance sales rep training. In any event, what's clear to me is that 1) not everyone reads the damn owner's manual and 2) not every Tesla owner takes the time to understand the nuances and limitations of this complicated technology. We've seen the videos of the yahoos treating it as if it were some type of game, and we've read the tragic story of Joshua Brown. What we need is to make sure everyone who uses the system actually knows how it works before hand.