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Changing Lanes in Auto-Drive

Discussion in 'Model X' started by noble910, Aug 3, 2018.

  1. noble910

    noble910 Supporting Member

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    Why wont my Model X change lanes in Auto-Drive. I've tried everything. Settings, hold down signal, dual roads, etc...
    Anybody else having a problem?
     
  2. P85_DA

    P85_DA Supporting Member

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    Do you have auto lane change on ?

    Controls >> settings >> driver assistance

    I don’t have issues
     
  3. MasterT

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    Is it turned on in your settings?

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  4. noble910

    noble910 Supporting Member

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    Yes. On and Off several times.
     
  5. P85_DA

    P85_DA Supporting Member

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    Than probably the cams don’t like the markings on your road :(
     
  6. mathwhiz

    mathwhiz Supporting Member

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    Not all multilane roads qualify for auto lane change. If you're driving on one, you'll see the qualified lanes painted in the driver's display (IC) on one or both sides.
     
  7. mathwhiz

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    Limited access highways.
     
  8. Derek Kessler

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    On that note, auto lane change presently only works on limited access highways. Even if it sees multiple lanes on a multi-lane surface street, it will decline to act.
     
  9. ewoodrick

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    Go get on an Interstate and try it.
     
  10. mxnym

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    Some users on reddit have reported this changing in the US. They haven't indicated their AP version, but I just had an AP1 X loaner, and it would switch lanes on my daily commute where my AP2.5 X won't. I also noticed several other behaviors in the AP1 X that were more advanced than AP2.5 in spite of consensus seeming to indicate parity has been reached and/or AP2 is better.
     

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