I would like to propose the following as a solution to the Nag issue: 1) Tesla should send an update to all the Tesla Fleet which includes the following: a) A video showing the proper way that Tesla expects Autopilot to be used, with an explanation of the risks and limitations, and expectation that the driver is always responsible for being in control. This video could (should) be by Elon himself, with Elon being himself (i.e., allow for him to be serious and ridiculous, humorous, etc.) b) At the end of the video a End User License Agreement would be displayed which has all the legal terms that Tesla lawyers would want the user to agree to be responsible for (realistically obviously), and an option to Agree to the terms and actually sign via the car touch screen with the intent being to remove the "Nag" all together and return the limits of Nag to what they were years ago. If there are multiple drivers, then multiple signatures could be allowed. If the user chooses to reject, then keep the Nag features as they are. 2) This information would then be sent back to Tesla for their verification that the signatures are the owner(s) of the car and tied to their VIN. 3) Once verified by Tesla, an update is sent to the correct Vin car and an option is unlocked in their car which allows the "Nag" feature to be enabled or disabled, and controlled by PIN so that owner could enable it again with PIN lock. This allows all the responsibility to be borne by the user of the car, who it should be borne by, makes Tesla lawyers happy, makes us Tesla enthusiasts happy, and gives Musk the opportunity to explain to the world how autopilot should be used and would eliminate the criticism of Tesla's vagueness around it.