And you would be wrong, as it can happen on a curve on a narrow road, as happened to me with hands on the wheelI would imagine this would be a significant issue if you took your hands off the wheel, but thankfully, you would have your hands on the wheel the whole time, along with paying full attention to the road as per the manual and messages that come up on the display when engaging autopilot.
The system is not providing a warning to takeover. It disengages, reverting back to TACCdoes it happen at the same spot on the road? (I only ask bcos there is one road that I travel frequently that all of a sudden opens up a left turn lane at the time the divided highway ends, so Autopilot gets confused and says 'Take over'.
And you would be wrong, as it can happen on a curve on a narrow road, as happened to me with hands on the wheel
No, they got it wrong in a certain instanceOk, so you originally post a very incomplete description of the issue. People speculate to try to fill in the gaps, or reach out to help. You complain they got it wrong (somewhat condescendingly, it appears). And so your purpose here is ... what precisely?
infinitesimally simple concept
*dong ding* - engagedSince we appear to be in a thread where nit-picking is all there is, an "infinitesimally small concept" is one that doesnt exist, or is perhaps "the ghost of a departed concept" (deliberate mis-quote of Berkeley). No wonder others here are confused.