Please describe the situation; driving speed, traffic, intersection, sun angle, time of day, # of passengers, etc... Was beta acting confused at the time and might you have been super alert looking outside while hoping the car would figure it out?I think this is ridiculous. Tesla is still selling FSD years after promising it with only a beta available. Tesla says watch out because the car can do the most dangerous thing at the most inopportune time. But we are required to hold the wheel tight and shake it almost continuously. In short, we cannot punish Tesla for their faults, but they can punish us for what they think we may have done. I drove with beta for over a year but in the last few weeks I got two strikes while I had my hands on the wheel was paying attention to what I was doing but got kick off without seeing anything or a beep until the red light flashed and I was disconnected.
It is my belief that Tesla wants let people to enjoy the progress being made but they really don't want people stress testing the system. There are professional paid beta testers for that. We average folk who pass the 'responsibility test' are granted the privilege of using it when/where it works well, so long as baby car (AI) has mommy (driver) there for guidance. Moms job is to immediately comfort the child at all times. If child panics and mommy doesn't respond, child gets taken away and parent is judged (perhaps excessively) unworthy. This almost happened to me and something was learned from it.