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  1. RNHurt

    Is it normal for vehicles to jump around on the traffic display?

    I understand that there should probably be some movement of the gray vehicles on the display, but mine jump around quite a bit and I'm wondering if that is normal. On the drive home, my kids and I joked that large trucks (tractor trailers) seem to dance around in their lane quite a bit. Even...
  2. B

    Navigation: traffic info has disappeared!

    Although in the past I had the option to use traffic info to find the quickest route possible in navigation, now all of a sudden this option has disappeared! I still do have the red/amber indication in the map itself, but when I go to the navigation options (both during navigation and in the...
  3. Marmac

    Traffic overlay missing on map

    Not sure how long ago this happened, but I just noticed that I no longer have the red lines on my maps when there is heavy traffic. I have a 2018 LR Model 3. I have the v10 update. Another thing I’ll mention (not sure if it’s related to this issue) is that when I took delivery of the car in...
  4. S

    Routing with no traffic data

    Not sure if it is related to my masters update to v9.0 2019.20.2.1 but I cannot get traffic to load on the map and when using the nav I get the routing with no traffic data. Online routing is selected in options, I have tried reboots. I have 3G signal (tried in different locations) and Spotify...
  5. GolanB

    Examples of "soul sucking" traffic?

    Average of 6 mph on my morning commute through NYC.
  6. P

    See Surrounding Traffic - Blind Spots

    Brand new Model 3 owner today. In the the test drive vehicle I had, I could see traffic all around. This vehicle had auto pilot. I do not have auto pilot. I don’t see any traffic around me. Is this a function of auto pilot or some setting I have wrong. I’m sure I will enjoy my 3, but there...
  7. pyraca

    LAN Traffic Anomaly (Model S)

    My FW sends a daily mail about traffic. I occasionally look at this to scan the obvious. My Model S's dhcp address is tied to its hardware address (x.x.13.25) in private LAN space. This is the recent traffic that was reported. 8/10/18 sent 103Mb -> driving footage for AP (?) 8/11/18 sent 120Mb...
  8. Pluto

    Non-ADA Compliant Traffic Information

    The other day I had someone new to Teslas in my Model S and he didn't even know what I was talking about when I said I was surprised the car didn't reroute to avoid the traffic we were going through. So of course I pointed out the huge red line we were driving through and the completely green...
  9. M

    Maps Traffic Not Exactly Working

    I recently updated to 2018.21.9. I have noticed that when displaying the traffic overlay onto the map/navigation, it quite often shows green and not much traffic. I am in SoCal. It is actually misleading because only when I pinch and zoom in then all of a sudden most of the freeway traffic...
  10. sooner

    Timeline of Crash Safety Testing

    I began truly following Tesla after Model S entered full scale production, so I am quite lacking of any concept of how long it took Tesla, or the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), to rate the crash safety ratings of the Model S, or Model X, and to extrapolate those time...
  11. J

    Busy Charging Times

    Howdy! For the supercharging locations in Arlington, Waco, Corsicana, Huntsville, and North-Houston, what is the busiest time of day during the week or weekend that the charging stations are mostly full and experience high traffic? If you can be as specific as possible (day, time, queue, etc.)...
  12. K

    How does the 2nd gen Autopilot do in heavy rush hour traffic?

    The DC area is one of the most stressful areas in the country to drive, along with NYC and LA. The lanes are narrow once you get into the city limits, and accidents are common. But everyone in the area knows and dreads the beltway during rushhour. It's usually extremely congested but to make...
  13. Cr8it

    Elon at TED

    One of the fascinating talks at last week's TED conference was an interview with Elon about "The Future We Are Building." He shows some great video pieces, including his "boring" solutions to LA's traffic mess. If you are interested in what is coming next, don't miss this talk which TED put up...
  14. Gabzqc

    Google Map with Netatmo weather station data and Superchargers

    Hi all, Not a programmer or engineer in any way, but would like to have a map where I can turn on and off different layers to check different data from around the world. -- NETATMO I currently have access to the Netatmo Weather Station map (home weather stations that upload their weather data...
  15. J

    Running a Tesla in the UK

    Apologies if this is an old topic but I've only recently discovered the Tesla marque and it's time for a new car. I'm curious whether UK drivers achieve the claimed long range quoted by Tesla considering that UK major roads are typically higher speed than US (at least when they are clear) and...
  16. jrreno

    Newark Supercharger to Paramus New Jersey

    We will be traveling north soon and will be using the Newark and Paramus SpCs. Anyone have any advice on the best route to take between these two? I don't care about paying tolls if the traffic and road is better. Thanks!
  17. H

    Supercharger - Hawthorne, CA - Tesla Design Center (CLOSED TO PUBLIC 19 Jul 2021, 8 V2 + 2 V3 stalls)

    Look at this picture, is this new construction battery swap?
  18. colinb

    INRIX Traffic Data for Tesla Model S

    For those that have seen how great the traffic data is (at least it is here in the Toronto area), please vote for my suggestion for INRIX to partner with Tesla on the nav traffic data: Partner w/Tesla to be the traffic data source for the Tesla Model S/X
  19. contaygious

    Live traffic updates and start-up screen

    Real time traffic is horrible in BMW and mini. It tells us to detour every time we drive. It says detour, detour, last chance for detour. It always thinks a few cars means heavily congested area.