On a recent trip between Sydney and Brisbane (Australia) a distance of 915 Klms (569 Miles), I wanted to see the maximum time I could rely on autopilot AP1 (Classic front P90D). Where ever possible including through traffic congestion and country towns I used AP1, with my hand resting on the wheel ready to take over at any stage, which I’ve listed in the interventions below. I used a stopwatch (phone) to accurately time when AP was engaged. Apart from the Tesla maps not being updated for the major new highway south of Coffs Harbour - where it was almost unusable for about 100 km, I thought the system was extremely good and I definitely felt more refreshed when I arrived at my destination than in years past when driving an ICE. Truth be told, I engaged AP far more than what I would normally to see how far I could push its capabilities. In summary I only got to drive the car for about 3.5 hours of an 11 hour trip. The downside was - I missed driving the car! Statistics below Sydney to Newcastle: Trip Time 1:50 – AP 40 minutes Newcastle the Port Macquarie: Trip Time 2:12 - AP 1:55 Port Macquarie to Coffs: Trip Time 2:08 – AP 1:12 Coffs to Maca Castle: Trip Time 2:48 – AP 2:14 Maca Castle to Brisbane: Trip Time 2:00 – AP 1:34 RESULTS: Trip Time 10:58 – AP 7:35 INTERVENTIONS (when AP was confused/erratic) 1 – merging lanes 1 - through roadworks with unclear lines 2 - Hill crests 1 – unexplained. 6 - On new highway south of Coffs - where maps have not been updated - Grrr.