My car has been acting strangely all morning. Auto presenting handles wouldn't present. Touch screen was very sluggish. Seemingly random proximity alert beeps. Decided I was gonna do a reset when I got home. I turn on autopilot to see if it would give me any proximity beeps, but I don't hear a confirmation chime when autopilot engages. I look at the center screen and it had gone blank. Nothing except a dark imprint of the Tesla logo (as you'd see if you're resetting it). I panicked. I turn autopilot off and continue to drive the car, begging it not to all of a sudden shut off. Music stops. A few seconds later, AC stops. Luckily it was not on the freeway, but the car operated perfectly fine. The instrument panel still worked like normal, it even had a grey steering wheel icon indicating I could use autopilot if I wished. After the computer reboots I get back and the car seems to be operating in tip-top shape. The auto presenting handles are working again, the center screen has returned to its normal responsiveness. Just wanted to let other owners know not to panic if your Tesla's center screen crashes while you're driving.