I don’t remember seeing anything like that in my cars, but maybe disabling Controls > Navigation > Automatic Navigation will do what you’re looking for. If it’s tied to the profile, why are you and your daughter seeing each other’s suggestions?
I’ve seen the same thing in my Model S. I have 400kWh per year of free supercharging. The car might not know about the credits while charging, but the next time you charge, the previous charging session will show as $0.00.
Your wife might need to adjust her settings for the Tesla app. We don’t have issues with either of our iPhones and my wife’s Model 3.
Note that holding an iPhone next to the car makes no difference. Some Android phones have a built-in NFC and can be used as a key card, but the iPhone doesn’t.
Another related change: when you use the Alerts icon to show a list of alerts and tap one to read the post, after using the browser back button the list of alerts is still visible. Previously you had to tap the icon again to show the list.
I’m guessing the old code was doing an automatic...
I installed 2022.28.2 after my previous post and have driven several hundred miles with AP, and I haven’t had any more ”Autopilot disabled due to system error” alerts, so hopefully that issue is fixed. I also used Autosteer on curvy back roads in VT and didn’t experience any phantom braking or...
This started happening today, and is still happening now. Before today, opening the thread would mark it as read when I returned to the view, no refresh required. I didn’t update either Safari or iOS yesterday, so it must be something on the site.
I don’t know if there’s a maximum size for dashcam drives, but you can format it in the car using Controls > Safety > Format USB Drive. If you format it elsewhere, use exFAT (FAT32 works too) and make sure you create a TeslaCam folder.