Though John DiCiaccio loves driving, and loves muscling fast cars around a test track even more, he finds himself entranced by how his new Tesla can drive itself. Letting the car’s autopilot handle some mundane aspects of his commute, especially in maddening Los Angeles traffic, makes him a better and more alert driver.

“Technology can react quicker to stop your car than you can, especially if you are tired or distracted,” he says. “Sensors don’t get tired.”

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