Anybody thought of this problem? Surely Tesla has thought of it and has some kind of plan. When crowdsourced HD maps are built GM/VW (the Mobileye mapping project partners I believe) will have a huge advantage if they choose to start building cameras into all their cars. Out in rural America every podunk dirt road gets driven frequently by somebody in a GM product. This is obviously not the case for Tesla. I am the only AP2 Tesla I know of for dozens of miles where I am right now in Wisconsin. I drive a pretty predictable route - and so there are hundreds if not thousands of miles of suburban and rural roads around me which may not be driven by an AP2 Tesla for years to come. What's the solution? Maybe the "problem" is not nearly as important as I imagine it to be. Perhaps even a single Tesla can construct a visual map - so that an owner in Nowheresville will gradually build out their own maps and after a few weeks of commuting a route Tesla will be able to "turn on" HD maps for that owner on those roads. Everyone will blaze their own mapping trail, so to speak. Possible?