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AP/NoAP Fail Every Time - Runs me off the road

This happens every time. Day or night. For those in the Bay Area, this is the offramp from Hwy 1 to Hwy 17 in Santa Cruz.

Any ideas on why the car would do this?

Seems like lines running perpendicular to the road are an obvious sign that it is not a driveable area...


Can't wait for Full Self Driving and one million robotaxis in a few months time!
 

diplomat33

Average guy who loves autonomous vehicles
Aug 3, 2017
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Any ideas on why the car would do this?

Seems like lines running perpendicular to the road are an obvious sign that it is not a driveable area...

AP follows parallel lane lines. Since the right lane line dssappears, AP does the next best thing and centers itself in what it perceived to the lane, the left lane line and the barrier on the right.

It is obvious to you because your brain has been trained to handle this situation. AP has not been trained yet so it does not know.

Can't wait for Full Self Driving and one million robotaxis in a few months time!

Elon, nor Tesla, have ever promised "1 million robotaxis in a few months". He has promised robotaxis in certain areas by end of 2020 pending regulatory approval.
 
This happens every time. Day or night. For those in the Bay Area, this is the offramp from Hwy 1 to Hwy 17 in Santa Cruz.

Any ideas on why the car would do this?

Seems like lines running perpendicular to the road are an obvious sign that it is not a driveable area...


Can't wait for Full Self Driving and one million robotaxis in a few months time!
it is getting confused by the right line dropping out. its a fair mistake by the car. it shouldnt assume there is a line there. call 311 and request they repaint that line, looks faded
 

AlanSubie4Life

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Oct 22, 2018
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I think it's a corner case, but Elon has said there are millions of corner cases, so all aboard the FSD train.

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