I have a question and I think its valid. Just let me say I really love my M3 and I have grown up with cars and bikes racing, selling, wrenching. I’ve owned a lot of vehicles and I’m not sure any have given me the level of excitement that the Tesla does. My question is about the automation in these cars. Many times, I’ve been in situations where something on a vehicle failed. A throttle sticking wide open or a cruise control module failing and causing a full throttle situation or many similar type situations. In the good old days, the fix was relatively simple. Everything was hard wired so you turn the key off, breaking the connection causing the motor to die or you could put the transmission in neutral, both take the power away and you are in control again. Is there any way in our cars to facilitate that kind of response? If you hit the breaks and it thinks the throttle is on will the computer just not allow the brakes? I know that an error occurs if the car thinks both are applied at the same time. The motor can overpower the brakes as proven by Toyota’s issues in the past. Will the computer stop you from putting the car in neutral while running down the road? I would like a hard-wired override of some type what do YOU think? Computers fail and computers get hacked, I’d like a way to put me in charge bypassing the computer if needed. Boeings MCAS is a classic example, at least they had a way to disengage it.