I was just reading an article on Teslarati about car insurance for Tesla owners. I love the idea of a company offering less expensive auto insurance for my future Tesla, including Tesla, but am not happy at all that I am being required to pay for Autopilot when I neither want it nor have the funds to purchase it. Right now I get discounts on my own auto insurance because I have an auto alarm system. My insurance company has never come to my house or requested that I go their office so they can verify that I do in fact have an alarm system on my car. Yet the insurance company quoted in Teslarati's article, Root, expects Tesla owners to use their iPhone App so they can keep track of the drivers. According to the article, "Root shared that it has reached out to Tesla to extract real time Autopilot usage data but has not received a response." This is way too Big Brother for me. This just might force me to purchase a conventional car insurance policy. What do you think about this?