Sure, and that's A-OK if it actually does that. Tesla likes to point out that "technically" blah blah. Not good enough. The car has the capability, sensors, tools, etc to see the firetruck and stop or drastically slow down before plowing into the firetruck. But it didn't. Twice. This nonsense about drivers overriding it by having their foot on the gas, or the brake, or out the window... it shouldn't matter what the driver is telling the car to do. If the car sees a solid object in front of it, it should do its best to not hit it. I don't care if we want to label that AEB, TACC, AP, or just plain RESPECT... it has a job to do (based on marketing and Musk's rhetoric and just common sense expectations) and it isn't doing it. And I think it is doing a worse job of it now than it was before. I have a strong sense that my car is less safe than it was when I bought it. I have nothing to back that up... just it seems like it is quite often not recognizing stopped vehicles when it did before. *overall* I can say that AP (and I use that term to describe all the assist features collectively) has improved in performance, but seemingly not safety.