lorenfb wrote:A great AP system?
That's all I need while driving besides watching for red light runners and texting drivers, right?
if you're watching out for red light runners in autopilot, then you're doing it wrong.
as for the lane misreading, that's why you're supposed to supervise autopilot.
Actually, the implication was that the new road hazard is now Teslas crossing over the double yellow line while using AP,
i.e. besides red light runners and texting drivers.
How incompetent are Tesla's AP system designers that they didn't simulate for the condition, i.e. fairly basic, that occurred?
What a total joke that is! Time for Tesla to get help from the Waymo designers or GM for AP.
Bottom line: How many other scenarios that haven't been simulated by Tesla's AP system designers will result in accidents?
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