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2. When merging into the highway, it seemed to drive more aggressively than I'd have liked. The car in front of me tried to merge even though there were still some distance before the merging lane ends. So it just zoomed past that car at highway speed to almost the end of the merging lane. It worked, but scary.
Well well well... "Tesla AutoPilot tried to kill me! "
I agree, Tesla better lock it to few selected roads. It should, at this point, never engage on roads w/o divider or no shoulder.
Also, what is with the sudden jerking of the wheel - if Autopilot thinks sudden correction is needed it means the system needs work - this is not GTA 7.
Actually, Autosteer disengages before the Model S veers to left. Looks like driver error and not an autosteer mistake.
I'm very satisfied.
But AP did try to kill me today. Going down a curvy city street, 1 lane in each direction. It was doing great, then all of a sudden it tried to change lanes :gulp:. Thankfully there was no oncoming traffic.
Who ever said that humans are bad drivers forgot to mention that they are even worse in reading manuals.
Didn't they say that the auto-steer/lane keeping is for highways, and NOT to be used on two way streets without barriers ??