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speed limit recognition

  1. Avendit

    Over ride speed sign detection?

    Hi all, I wondered if a way to override the speed sign detection has been found yet? We drove up the A9 last week, where AutoPilot was previously pretty decent, but since the speed sign recognition it's turned into a complete pain. It picks up these at the end of each duel carriageway...
  2. COS Blue

    AP Speed Limit Issues coming out of Alma & Hartsel

    Driving from Breckenridge to Colorado Springs, I have this issue every time. When I leave Alma and then again leaving Hartsel, the speed limit goes up to 65, but my MS does not recognize this and thinks the speed limit is 45. This of course makes it so that I cannot use autosteer until it...
  3. J

    The 2000 Mile Test Drive in my M3

    I was excited to make my first long range trip in my Model 3. It felt like a challenge and an opportunity to learn about the car. I did some research on Supercharger locations, miles between them, and hotels with Tesla Destination chargers. I discovered that the Trip Planner can do most of...
  4. C

    Limitations Of Speed Limit Sign Recognition

    Took a brief spin after installing 2020.36.3.1 today, and was both pleased and disappointed. As hoped, the car now reads speed limit signs and sets that speed for Autopilot. As feared, the car does not read the “End of speed limit” signs commonly used in Vermont, where I live. Vermont has...
  5. willow_hiller

    Updates to Model 3 Owner's Manual, including speed limit sign recognition

    As pointed out on Reddit, significant updates were made to the Model 3 Owner's manual Updated Model 3 Owners Manual (May 16, 2019) : teslamotors Several of these updates even imply the Model 3 can read speed limit and other traffic signs. Lots of interesting stuff in here.
  6. willow_hiller

    Could map speed limit data come from machine learning?

    I was under the impression that the speed limits in the map data came from some authoritative source, but an experience on the highway today convinced me something else might be going on. Heading northbound on I-95 just outside of I-495 in Virginia, the highway has a 55 mph speed limit that...
  7. J

    Incorrect Speed Limits + Autopilot = Sad Tesla

    New TM3 owner (LR AWD, white-on-white with 19's and FSD) here. Have had the car almost a week, and can't imagine going back to another vehicle. I was sad to discover that I'm unable to use Autopilot (specifically, auto-steer) on my commute. The problem is that the two main roads I use (both are...
  8. evM3Sekar

    Discrepancy in the displayed speed limit

    In the Cincinnati area I am finding that the displayed speed limit is off about 50% of the time on local and state roads (outside of the interstate systems). When it is not correct, most of the times it appears to be on the conservative side. I realize that I should look for posted speed limits...
  9. mrfra62

    AP2 bugs ??? rendering, autopark, reading signs and sudden breaking

    Hi, I have a Model X from end june 2018 with AP2 and wondering if AP2 has some bugs compared with AP1. 1) Rendering: For instance I noticed that any object is rendered as a car. A motorcycle is a car. A bicycle is a car. A pedestrian is a car. Even a wall is a car. I have seen videos of AP1 in...
  10. P

    Intelligent speed limiter

    Hi guys, first post here recently picked up my new X, white with chrome delete, beautiful car. My problem is that I also have a Ducati Diavel, not a problem I here you say. Wrong, I have now accumulated so many points that next time I am stopped for speeding I will lose my licence for 6 months...
  11. Blkflg

    Unexpected speed up in Autopilot

    I have had my Model S accelerate unexpectedly on numerous occasions. My wife has also had the same experiences. The below speed behavior happens consistently on a section of road where the speed limit changes from 65mph to 55mph then to 45mph: @65, autopilot allowed 70, @55, it allowed 60...
  12. Tessy Flyer

    Reading Speed Limit Signs

    I am not sure how this is suppose to work, or what is happening here. I have a Model S 90D, with HW2 and running the 8.0 software. My car passes many speed limit signs and never records them, however seemingly randomly a speed limit sign will pop up on the display, sometimes correct and...
  13. GasKilla

    My MS thought a 45mph road was 5mph and tried to reduce my speed to 10mph

    I was using autopilot on a road I travel daily, in the right hand lane on a three lane (each side 3 lanes 6 total) highway. I was very confused as to why my car was slowing down with no cars in front of me, that's when I noticed the dash said 5mph speed limit and auto steer was limited to 10mph...
  14. Master One

    Our First Test Drive With A Model S

    Recently we finally had a Model S at our disposal for a day, and we drove with it fully loaded (2 adults, 3 kids, 1 dog) 265 km. With such an average consumption a new S60 really would do It was a colorful mix of country road, city traffic, highway and a whole line of acceleration tests. Air...
  15. R

    So how many speeding tickets have you gotten so far?

    So, having had my Model S 90D since September 2015 I thought I had it all figured out. Keep an eye peeled for the chippers, take my foot off the accelerator, decelerate rapidly, and all would be well. No harm no foul. Of course, today I was in a crappy mood and did not notice the white SUV...
  16. oldgoat1968

    Surprising [and funny!] Problem with Auto Pilot

    I have experienced this twice. So I know it wasn't just a "once in a lifetime" glitch. While driving along Florida Highway 20 between Panama City Beach and the Defuniak Springs Supercharger, I'm tooling along fat, dumb and happy on AP at about 60 mph. Suddenly, the speed drops to 20 mph. I...

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