Rookie mistake parking anywhere near a cart corral. Still, sorry this happened to you. As everyone else suggests, you have no legal recourse against Costco and may get laughed at if you try to go that route.
I disagree based on my experience. I use auto lane change daily during my 65 mile highway commute and it's very smooth and precise. Lne changes in NoA work well too but not as nice because the car is more conservative and will slow down to find an opening rather than speeding up to find one.
Here are a few other very recent posts about this. Lots of discussion in these.
M3P- . What is it, how to order it, etc.
How to find a stealth?
Somehow changed to old stealth order?
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Where do you live that people just flip you off because of the car you drive? That sounds terrible. :) Then again, are you sure their drive-by flippings are due to the car you drive? Could just be your driving. :P
I've heard/read a few people go with the "it's a mistake" mindset, and for the first day that wouldn't have surprised me. However, it's been nearly a week at this point. You think an error like that would go undetected for this long?
I'm relaxed. :) My apologies if I came across like a jerk.
However, to be fair, you had it for ~2 days. Hardly enough time to get used to an autonomous driving feature. It does take some time to get comfortable with it. I use NoA every day now, and have gotten to the point where I just peek...
I disagree. Maybe some people could comfortably afford it but just don't want to pay the money for something that's not complete and may never be.
Also, I'm not sure if anyone actually "needs" FSD in its current state.
I respectfully disagree. I use NoA on my 32-mile commute every day and have gotten quite comfortable with it. The cause of my occasional frustration with it is that it's too safe/conservative at times. Doesn't speed up to get to an opening for a lane change but instead slows down to wait for...
I use the ABC method. Always Be Charging.
My charging limit is set to 75%. When I get home, I plug in, whether I just used 3% or 50%. The only exception is when I get home and am leaving in <an hour, then I normally just leave it.
I was surprised by how much I liked the aero on my white 3. Looked much better in person than in pictures. That being said, I took mine off to see how it looks with the cap kit and thought it was super slick, so I'm sticking with that for now.
This is not correct when made as a blanket statement, and I also don't think it's true in the OP's scenario. I have an SR+ and I've never had to make an extra charging stop. Depends on individual circumstances.
I'm not sure how trustworthy the account in that article is, based on what it says in Step 1. It says to place an SR+ order and not include Autopilot. Autopilot is standard and there's no option to deselect it when placing the SR+ order online (unless I'm missing something).
Different ways to skin a cat, I guess.
But yeah, if you wait until the last minute, you could certainly get in trouble. I think there's a wise middle ground to find when awaiting delivery on a car like this, and the delivery estimate is your best gauge.
Just upload proof of insurance on your current car. That's what I did. There is some thought out there that your order may not move forward if your profile isn't updated (ie registration info, insurance). Not sure how accurate that is but my delivery was scheduled with me having uploaded proof...
Well, your previous scenario was one in which he got a call that the car was ready to be picked up and could be lost if he delayed. Now you're talking about him shopping for rates. So...I'm kinda confused as to your point.
My point was merely that to avoid multiple, unnecessary credit...