You can install our site as a web app on your iOS device by utilizing the Add to Home Screen feature in Safari. Please see this thread for more details on this.
Note: This feature currently requires accessing the site using the built-in Safari browser.
I'm not looking to discuss the safety or merits of using FSD/EAP/AP while towing but since that's what this thread has mostly turned into I'll touch on a couple of things:
1. There's no way I would trust FSD to take turns, change lanes, or follow a point A to point B route. I want to use it for legs of my tow route where it's a relatively low speed divided highway that meanders for a while. Still trying to find out without any doubt whether I can turn trailer mode on and off in order to access FSD when I might want to utilize it while hooked up. So far one person says he belives yes, another person says he's pretty sure no. Anybody know for 100 percent certanity? Any video or photographic evidence out there? I started looking but am coming up short. I can try going by the Tesla store later today to ask in person but am not confident they will know what they're talking about based on my previous interactions with them.
As I've been alluding to all this time, ask the right question. What features are you really want while towing?Yes, even AP will suffice. However, is that disabled by "Tow Mode" or not? Like an earlier post of mine said, if NO, then I'm okay with that and going the Tesla route for my hitch and wiring harness.
If even minimal AP is going to be disabled then I'd rather go aftermarket and not lose that.
Correction: Autopilot works as always. Only the blue-icon trailer mode disables AP. Amber icon trailer mode gives you lights AND autopilot. I read where amber tow mode is responding to the light connection load only. How to reliably experience that I do not know. I have idea that tungsten bulbs (a higher load) in place of LED trailer lights might do it and I will try that one day.With my 400 lb Home Depot trailer, none of the above works. That is, no icons, no trailer mode, and no lights.