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Posts like this are really not helpful because if people drove in a reckless manner they are hardly likely to advertise that fact and they would know the reason why they are getting the alerts and wouldn't post that up would they? - so when someone posts that they are experiencing lots of collision alerts then you need to look a bit deeper.If you’re getting a lot of forward collision alerts I think it’s time to look at your driving style.
Mine is set on medium and I hardly ever get them, and the last one was a genuine warning as someone pulled out in front of me at a roundabout.Nope. Because if you read my post it’s ONLY ONLY ONLY happened since vision only. For the last SEVEN years of previous ownership it’s never been an issue.
My internal camera, one behind rear view mirror, is blocked by me so good luckMine is set on medium and I hardly ever get them, and the last one was a genuine warning as someone pulled out in front of me at a roundabout.
It apparently uses the cabin camera to assess how much attention you're paying to the road, so if it thinks you aren't looking then you'll get earlier warnings.
For me it was car parked on my lane, especially if it is facing me with front of the car..Cyclists coming towards you on other side of road that is curved to your right seems to be a common false alert trigger.
I guess it thinks cyclists are going to go straight across the road in front of you rather than following the curve of the road.
I agree though, false alerts are common now where as they use to be rare.
But consider these forums represent possibly 1% of Tesla ownership, and these forums (like all product forums) tend to be a whine-fest. Moreover, this is the pommie forum, so the whining is turned up to 11My experiences are the same as 60% of the replies on this thread
It isn’t MY car at fault.