Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: Road-Tripping in a ‘Hands-Free’ Cadillac

Letting go is hard.

But here I am, going 65 miles an hour on the busy Capital Beltway around Washington, D.C., in an $84,000 Cadillac. The automaker’s rep assures me that it is, in fact, safe to take my hands off the steering wheel, and my foot off the pedal. The car, a 2018 CT6 sedan, is equipped with the company’s semi-autonomous Super Cruise system; it’ll safely take over—as soon as I muster up the fortitude to relinquish control.

I press the button telling the car to turn on its self-driving m…