Tesla vehicles produced since October 2016 include the hardware suite that Tesla says will eventually enable full self driving. As these cars drive around, they collect data from…

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Tesla Autopilot is a suite of advanced driver-assistance system features offered by Tesla that has lane centering, traffic-aware cruise control, self-parking, automatic lane changes, semi-autonomous navigation on limited…

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Navigate on Autopilot is an active guidance feature for Enhanced Autopilot that, with driver supervision, guides a car from a highway’s on-ramp to off-ramp, including suggesting and making…

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Yes, base Autopilot and/or Full-Self-Driving Capability can be added via your Tesla account (after your used Tesla has been transferred) at current market price to supported vehicles. How…

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You can request a touchless test drive online and a Tesla Advisor will contact you to confirm your appointment. … Test drives are approximately 30 minutes long and…

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Hmm … Tesla doesn’t make its own “special” tires and many of today’s cars have run-flat tires. … Even though this particular tire could be on a myriad…

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Be ready to take over and then shortly but fully push the autopilot stick up once. Don’t hold up, it will set your car to neutral! There’s 2…

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Autopilot and Summon are standard on Model 3s. C/D’s long-term test car has the Full Self Driving option, which includes automatic lane changing and Smart Summon. You have…

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Can someone unplug my Tesla? The Tesla end of Superchargers, HPWCs, UMCc, and J1772 adapters locks to the car. But the J1772 standard has no lock, so somebody…

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Click on SET CHARGE LIMIT or SET LIMIT depending on how it displays on your version of the UI. You can see the charge current, scheduled charging and…

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