I encounter this problem frequently. I have also found that switching to a streaming radio station, allowing audio to play, and then switching back to bluetooth, will resolve the problem.
It appears to be a software bug.
I own a 2014 P85D (with ~30k miles come to think of it) ... and I love the car. It's awesome. It feels FAST -- like, REALLY fast. That being said, an 85D or 90D would suffice for my needs and are still very fast cars.
This part is particularly of interest: "Please note also that using a self-driving Tesla for car sharing and ride hailign for friends and family is fine, but doing so for revenue purposes will only be permissible on the Tesla Network, details of which will be released next year."
I consider it to be the least tolerant liberal place that I've ever lived. As long as you subscribe to the local culture, you'll be accepted. If you have an ounce of capitalism or conservatism, then they want you gone.
Just wanted to share my experiences recently with front plates. I've driven without front plates for about 7 years. The only time I encountered an issue was in Manhattan Beach near LA where I got a ticket last year for not having front plates.
In the last two weeks, I've received two...
I was out of town and my car doesn't have wifi in my condo garage. I'm here getting my car washed and there's wifi here but haven't installed last Sunday's security firmware yet. Bummer. I'll have to wait for a 3G push then.
No, your information is not correct. Most vehicles use Radar for Blind Spot Detection but Sonar for Parking Assistance. Tesla made a mistake and tried to combine these into just Sonar, but it doesn't work properly at high speeds.
Geico indicated that if I had Uber stickers on my car and/or was actively driving, I wouldn't be covered. It's worth giving your insurance a call to get the specific policy figured out before doing it.
I have a set of Tesla Whispbar Roof Racks for sale. I had originally sold this to LarryWomack, but I was missing a box of parts that was hiding in the back of my storage locker, and so I fully refunded him. I now found all of the parts and so this is being relisted for sale.
I've done it many times. It's fine. It's a long drive especially when you add in the supercharging, but you'll get there and back no problem.
I love the burger at Harris Ranch. Also, note that when you're coming back to LA, you'll be climbing a lot of altitude and your range will drop...
Can't agree more. I have an elderly father that has a Mercedes and we were driving yesterday. The blindspot notification on his C-class triggered where the Tesla never would. He relies on the blindspot detector and until it is better than Mercedes, I can't recommend a Tesla to him. The use...
I don't believe Tesla will do an interim update on autopilot. Trying to manage three hardware suites would be an extremely challenging and risky undertaking for such an important feature. I believe they will want the hardware as consistent as possible.
Anybody that can perform alignment can resolve the problem. In my understanding, swapping wheels is a good time to perform an alignment and I would always do them with each other -- especially on a Tesla.
The Model S is extremely prone to alignment issues. I've had them on my Tesla far more...
Hi, purchased this but took it off right away and it's been in storage since. I didn't end up using them as much as I thought I would.
Includes whispbars for the Tesla, adapter, and all screws. You will need to find the installation instructions online to reassemble and install it to your...
That's the jist of it but at step (5), the wire can be threaded/fished through the cabling duct so no wires are visible at all. I think wk057 has a thread posted on how he did it. It's the same method that my installer used also.
The major drawback of the Blackvue is the iPhone software...