pchilds wrote:Another driver not doing his job. You need to be prepared to take control.
The question is, why would Tesla release such immature software to the public in the first place? It appears that AP 2.0 in its current state will veer into the oncoming lane every time that there's a curve with a driveway or intersection on the convex side near the apex, so why is it even possible for lane keeping to be enabled in this situation?
Then there's the repeated driving on or slightly over the double yellow line even on roads with very small curves, the failure to identify curb cuts when approached at small acute angles, etc. Talk about legal liability, and it's clear that both of the drives in the videos were done with alert drivers who were specifically testing AP's capabilities, not the typical driver who wants to use AP for 'fatigue relief', and who can be expected to be paying much less attention. It appears that anyone who'd trust AP 2.0 at this time would soon be relieved from all fatigue, along with all other signs of life. Not surprising that the insurance companies are starting to take notice.