It would surprise me if this hasn't been discussed before, but I did some searches, and wasn't able to find anything. So I apologize if this has been asked about frequently. I've never driven a Tesla, but it sounds like the regenerative braking can really slow the car down without actually using the brakes. So if we're cruising down the highway at, say, 65, and cars are stopping in front of us, and we begin to stop by letting up on the accelerator (or whatever the "gas" pedal is called), is this a potential problem for the vehicle behind us who isn't going to see our brake lights because we are slowing down without actually applying the brakes? Thanks!